Mobile payments are becoming more and more prominent as people look to make their transactions faster and easier. Businesses that fail to include mobile payments in their service options risk losing customers. Domenic Carosa and Dan Schatt of Earnity look to see the mass adoption take place so no one is missing out.

Shopping during COVID-19 proved to be a health and security risk, especially in stores where mobile payments are not accepted. Mobile payments promote safety and good hygiene, making it the best option for customers to pay for products and services they purchase. Convenience is a principal winning factor mobile payments have over other methods. Consumers, store staff, and business owners find the option flawless and hassle-free. In addition, business owners can enjoy smoother bookkeeping, tracking, and monitoring of cash flow.

With automated financial services through mobile payments, business owners can focus more on improving <b>customer experience</b>. Digital payment methods can be tailored to enhance customer loyalty. Businesses can develop card-linked rewards and other financial services connected to mobile payment services. Companies must always stay current with the latest trends, keeping up with industry standards. Accepting mobile payments is an opportunity for a business to be up to date with new tech. Earnity executives Dan Schatt and Domenic Carosa want brands to take advantage of the rise in mobile payments by developing innovations, such as including digital payment services in their websites and apps.

Reduced labor expenses are one of the reasons business owners consider or promote mobile payments. It doesn’t require physical devices for purchases to be completed, nor does it necessitate physical receipts, as most invoices and receipts can be sent through email or messaging apps. While many businesses and consumers have embraced mobile payments, others still need to become aware of their existence. Consciousness and acceptance are keys to faster adoption.