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Is the future of shopping checkout-free?

Almost three quarters (72%) of Australian shoppers are curious about a world without cashiers, according to new research. Capterra, a leading B2B software search website, interviewed 998 grocery shoppers to gauge how comfortable...

Global alliance calls for BNPL regulation

Consumer groups from 9 countries are calling for urgent action on buy now, pay later (BNPL) credit providers as new data shows many Australians are struggling with this form of debt. The global...

Foodservice embraces emerging technologies

The Covid-related disruptions of the past two years have presented unique challenges for the foodservice industry. Skilled staff shortages, supply chain delays, rolling regulation changes and, of course, significant shifts in customer patronage,...

New register provides payment time transparency

The launch of a register that provides transparency around big business payment time has been welcomed by The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Bruce Billson. The Payment Times Reports Register publishes...

eftpos deploys next-gen online security

The latest stage of eftpos’ online security technology went live this week and a number of Australian banks, FinTechs and merchants are set to rollout the capability over the next 12 months. The...

Aussies back small businesses on debit card fees

New research reveals Australian consumers are overwhelmingly in favour of small businesses being given the ability to choose the cheapest option to process debit card payments through least cost routing (LCR). According to...

Fee-free Eftpos plan launches

Live Eftpos has launched a new Fee Free Eftpos plan to its 7000 small business merchants. The plan will see merchants able to automatically cover the cost of their customers’ card transactions through...

Petition for RBA to help save small businesses

Many Aussies have joined small businesses to call on the Reserve Bank of Australia to act on “crippling debit card transaction fees for both businesses and consumers”, 12,978 Aussies to be exact. That’s...
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