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Authorisation Optimisation Analysis

Authorisation Optimisation Analysis is a simple way of helping you gain an understanding of your authorisation performance compared to the market and providing insights into how you may be able to address performance challenges.

An Authorisation Optimisation Analysis will provide Acquirers with:


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An assessment of portfolio authorisation performance against best practices and relevant benchmarks.

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Recommendations to improve performance, prioritised according to impact and ease of implementation to realise maximum return


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