Management consultancy McKinsey estimates the total value of omnichannel distribution will hit $840 billion by 2025, with as much as $600 billion of global value ‘up for grabs’ by contract-logistics companies, which collectively account for a fifth of omnichannel logistics total market value in revenues today. This means T&L companies need to step up their game to meet the new paradigm. How do you do that?
With 12bn EMV cards deployed worldwide, and issuance and adoption seeing sustained increases globally, EMV chip provides a trusted foundation that is supporting the ongoing shift away from cash and towards digital payments,” said EMVCo Chair Robin Trickel.
EMV payments will provide cost savings for transits and an improved rider experience for public transportation users. One of the most significant enhancements transit agencies migrating to are contactless open-loop payment systems. “Transit agencies across the globe want to implement contactless, open-loop payment systems but do not possess the technology and expertise to implement open-loop payments.” said Visa
The Enghouse Transportation solution offers a quick on-boarding process with a user-friendly transition for operators with a minimum burden upon them. Our solution is compatible with most hardware platforms that meet the requirements for EMV payments, providing for maximum flexibility in integrating the Enghouse Transportation solution.