Management consulting encompasses the full spectrum of advisory services within the global payments industry. The depth of these services is built on analytics and deep industry knowledge. TSG has the experience and expertise to provide real-time strategies.
In order to plan for where you are going, you need to know where you are. TSG can assist with creating your strategic plan by benchmarking your business, from feature/functionality review to sales channel analysis.
Contract Renegotiation/RFP Process
Long before a contract expires is the right time to “shop the market”. Going out for a competitive bid through a Request for Proposal (RFP) or Request for Information (RFI) is the optimum process to bring the best economic results and preferred partner.
- A regional bank acquirer saved over $44M in economies for a new five-year term
- A start-up issuer saved over $16M in economies for five years
- A small ISO saved 52% or $3.2M for the contract term
Risk Management & Compliance Services
TSG has extensive capabilities to assist our clients to manage portfolio risk and to mitigate potential association compliance issues. TSG is also one of a very select few of approved vendors for Global Acquirer Risk (GARS) reviews.
Navigating the Payment Facilitation landscape can be perilous without an experienced guide. TSG has the expertise, contacts and data to help chart a path to success.
POS Hardware/Software Integration
TSG can provide detailed information on the top integrators in specific verticals as well as comprehensive comparisons of the leading POS systems in the market today.
Litigation & Expert Witness
Our expertise in a myriad of industry-centric arenas coupled with years of involvement in every aspect of the payments business affords our clients unparalleled proficiency in responding effectively to legal issues.
“TSG worked diligently throughout the entire RFP and contract process and provided assistance with regard to finding credit card partners. The team’s expertise has been invaluable and we look forward to re-engaging in another project in the future.”
-Matt T. Minchow, Vice President, Mutual of Omaha Bank