When going global, many corporations learn how payments are like food: each region has its own specific tastes for transacting. Not only are the methods and tools different but the price points and investments required to enter these regions are also all different, and therefore might not be justified based on projections. Thus, global expansion requires corporations to know when to go global, when to go “regional,” and when go “local” with payment processing
RPGC helps companies identify when to stay global and when to go “regional” or “local.” RPGC has researched the payments environment in multiple countries to maximize the benefit derived operating in a cross border environment. By implementing new local forms of payment quickly and thoroughly, merchants can effectively improve their cross border payments acceptance and fraud/risk minimization in many countries.
Whether expansion occurs naturally or via acquisition, RPGC understands the requirements for card payments, bank transfers, online banking ePayments, and paper-based payments worldwide (e.g. boletos, konbini, etc.) in order to maximize approval rates, minimize fraud, and ultimately drive additional revenue to both top and bottom lines.