The rise in e-commerce throughout Latin America has caused their online payment ecosystems to evolve. We look at the top four trends to shape these markets.
In LATAM, providing alternative payments at the checkout to match the current demand is the secret formula to convert consumers into customers and to boost e-commerce.
E-commerce in Colombia has seen rapid growth and rapid change over the last few years. We look at everything international e-commerce merchants need to know to tap into this evolving market.
Any international e-commerce business knows that not only language, but also price, currency and payment localization is key to success in a new market. We look at how payment aggregators can take the hassle out of this complex task.
Installments are a vital part of the payment landscape in Latin America. So, how do they work in one of the largest LATAM e-commerce markets, Argentina? And what benefits do they offer for international merchants?
Whilst debit cards are one of the most common payment methods offline in Brazil, they are considerably less popular online. In this article, we explore the challenges the debit card faces, and the most popular alternatives for merchants.
If you are interested in expanding into Latin America, it is essential to understand the alternative payment choices that can be provided in a region with such wide economic diversity, different currencies and different purchasing habits.
With a population of 18 million people and one of the most sophisticated economies in Latin America, consumers in Chile have been paying most of their bills with cash in the last years.
Colombia is a country with a very high informal economy. This is one of the reasons because, culturally, cash is the preferred method of payment for Colombians.
Mexico is calling the attention of merchants around the world but its low credit card penetration forces traders to look for alternative solutions. To reach this market strategic local payments must be taken into consideration.