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B2B Payment Trends in 2019: The Ups and Downs of Cryptocurrency
by Onyx CenterSource in Blog , Hospitality Trends & Research , Hotels , Travel Agencies ,

For the final installment of our three-part series on 2019 B2B payment trends, we’re addressing one of the most talked about topics in the world of payments: cryptocurrency. Check out our first post on payment automation and our second post on the promising opportunity in cross-border payments. What is Cryptocurrency and Why Should We Care? […]

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B2B Payment Trends in 2019: Cross-Border Payments

In part two of our three-part series on 2019 B2B payment trends, the focus is on the promising future for cross-border payments. For more on 2019 payment trends, check out our first post on payment automation.   Potential for Payment Growth B2B cross-border payments are thriving in today’s interconnected world. In fact, B2B cross-border transactions […]

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B2B Payment Trends in 2019: Big Leaps in Payment Automation
by Onyx CenterSource in Blog ,

Over the next three posts, we’ll be discussing progressive business-to-business (B2B) payment trends and their effect on finance and accounting departments within the hospitality landscape and beyond. For the first installment, we’ll be taking a deep dive into recent developments in payment automation technology and what we can expect to see in 2019. FinTech is […]

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Green is the Gold Standard for 2019 Meetings and Events
by Onyx CenterSource in Blog ,

As demonstrated by the backlash against plastic waste, like drinking straws, consumers are becoming increasingly aware of how their buying choices can affect the environment. For meetings and events planners, this means thinking about how to make environmentally sustainable choices and minimize waste. Forty-one percent of waste goes into the garbage, and only thirty-five percent […]

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A Tipping Point for Hospitality Payment Innovation
by Onyx CenterSource in Hospitality Trends & Research , Hotels ,

A recent study from PYMNTS.com and Amadeus reports just 15 percent of travel companies have attempted hospitality payment innovation in their systems over the last three years—despite the high bank fees associated with fragmented international business models. The report notes that third-party fees associated with consumer payment average 4.7 percent for airlines, 6 percent for […]

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