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What Games Teach Us About Integrated Payments

Integrated Payments Bring a Winning Strategy and Add Value to Your Software

If you’re like my household, you may find yourself spending a lot more time these days playing games to keep your mind engaged and the kids occupied.

Games that are dependent on a lucky roll of the dice are not nearly as challenging to play or rewarding to win as those that require some thought and strategy. And, as it turns out, they’re not nearly as educational either.

How Games Help You “Win the Game”

In the spirit of playing games, Wind River just published its latest eBook, Win the Game: Payment Strategies to Dominate the Competition. Available now, this eBook takes concepts from digital games like SimCity™ and board games such as Trouble and extrapolates strategies you can use to improve the success of your payment program and your software platform. No dice or spinners needed – just well thought-out strategies that can advance your business.

Are Payments a Software Feature or Business Driver?

Approached strategically, integrated payments can add value to your software. But if you’re treating payments as if they are simply another capability of your platform, then you may not even be in the game. And, you can’t win if you’re not playing. Plus, you’re running the risk that your competitors will race far ahead of you.

Here’s an excerpt from the eBook on that subject:

Payment Strategies to Dominate the Competition Intro

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Don’t Play the Sorry! Game

How Integrated Payments Can Add Value to Software - Payment Strategies to Dominate the Competition - Wind River FinancialCheck out the book. It’s a fun and quick read that will leave you with payment strategies you can use to enhance multiple aspects of your business, including:

  • Product development
  • Maintenance program
  • Competitive differentiation
  • Customer experience

Visit to download a copy.

The integrated payment strategies found in this book can help you add significant value to your software. The game you choose to play is entirely up to you!

Steve Staden

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