Visa launches two new collaborations for the digitisation of small local operators and SMEs: with myPOS and Vidra it presents two offers to facilitate the adoption of ecommerce and the acceptance of e-payment by small and micro-enterprises.

Throughout April and May, local operators and small and medium-sized enterprises have two simple solutions available to increase their online business and develop the acceptance of new electronic payment instruments.

Local operators and SMEs will be able to access myPOS, the solution that offers the service and the tools necessary for the acceptance of all types of digital payments. With Visa, the exhibitors and the PMI will be able to use the myPOS Go terminal, together with a Visa business card included in the package.

Vidra is the platform for creating an ecommerce that offers all the services necessary to bring your online business without having technical or design skills: from the configuration of the site to the management of the warehouse and shipments, to the acceptance of credit card payments. Thanks to the agreement with Visa, Pmi and local exhibitors will be able to take advantage of the standard and advanced plans.

The initiative is part of the broader programme of support for the digitisation of SMEs launched by Visa last year, with the aim of supporting 8 million small businesses and local exhibitors at European level, of which 2 million have already joined the programme.

An initiative that in Italy has seen, starting from May 2020, the involvement of some of the main players in the sector, who have collaborated in the realization of the Visa platform, including Nexi, myPOS, Vidra, Axepta BNP Paribas,

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