Why payments matter in air charter: the must-read white paper for operators and brokers.

14 Apr 2023

Keeping up with the latest developments in the fintech space and knowing which solution fits your company best can be difficult and time-consuming. That’s why we’re happy to present a white paper on payments in air charter, a complete guide for operators and brokers.

This white paper covers the most common business challenges, trends, and advice to protect you and your customers from fraud and potential financial loss.

We talked to Brenton Melville about the work behind the paper and how it can make a difference in our industry.

Brenton – why should operators and brokers care about digital payments?

The digital payment sector is advancing quickly, and new solutions for niche industries are constantly coming out on the market. These solutions can offer a really interesting alternative to traditional banks, allowing for faster and more secure transferring of funds. Especially in our industry, where high-value payments need to be made with short notice, it is important to be aware of the risks and how to protect yourself and your customer.

What is the most important takeaway from your work on creating this white paper?

I’m really impressed with the speed that the payment sector is evolving and I can understand that it is difficult for our members to keep up and follow the developments. That’s why we made this white paper a guide that our members can use to educate themselves on digital payments and what to keep in mind when they choose a finance partner.

My team and I have heard many stories of attempted fraud, and I can understand that this is causing a lot of stress for operators and brokers. We want to guide our members to a solution that lets them feel more secure and know they are working with partners that follow the latest security standards.

Get all the insights from Brenton’s team and download our free white paper here!

Brenton Melville joined Avinode Group in 2014, and has been an important part of the team developing our payment solution that launched in 2016. Brenton is now our Commerical Lead for our payment solutions and is based in Sydney, Australia.

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