OP-ED: Investment in the Electronic Payments Industry Benefits Small Businesses, Consumers
| Payments Journal
After more than a year adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple vaccines are now in circulation and millions of Americans are being inoculated daily. States and localities have begun curtailing restrictions on businesses, and the American public is starting to return to some semblance of the way things used to be. While a return to normal is on the horizon, there are some aspects of pandemic life, such as the increase in use of electronic payments, that are here to stay.
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