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The practical effects of the coronavirus pandemic could be felt for months or years from now, as consumers embrace efforts to minimize physical contact and businesses ramp up their efforts to provide touchless and digital solutions.

“To state that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world is an understatement,” Mickey Goldwasser, vice president of marketing and chief of staff at the digital payments company Payrailz, wrote recently for CU Times. “Not only has it disrupted business as usual, but it has changed how business will operate moving forward.”

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