As we invest in our platform of the future, it's very important that we ensure that it's flexible and adaptable to meet the needs that our clients will have in the coming years. It's very difficult to predict what the next payments boom will be like. But in order for us to be successful for our clients, we need to make sure that we have the flexibility, the adaptability to not only react timely but in often cases be ahead of the change in the payments ecosystem.
We expect JP Morgan to be a leader in the industry, so we would expect them to let us know what's going on in the industry first, which help us to be ahead of our competition.
We are here to help merchants accept payments in all countries and from all methods of payment. In the future, I believe payments are going to be even far more seamless than they are today.
One of the best things with working with JP Morgan is we've had a number of opportunities to test new ideas that we've had. And rather than making it complicated, JP Morgan has simplified that.
To keep it simple is sometimes not the sexiest approach. But it's ultimately the approach that wins the day in our distribution model. Southwest and JP Morgan work really well together in the evolving geopolitical landscape. JP Morgan worked hard to make sure that we were able to get our transactions accepted.
I'm very excited about the future of our payments. When you think about how our consumers behave, how our clients are even behaving, we're starting to see that it's very similar. So clients today are starting to look at how they can be more digital with their payments processes, making sure that they have those options to their customers. So as you think about things like mobiles, definitely going to be something that we're looking at how do we make it easier to do business with. But then also for ecomm and, again, point of sale, how do we leverage some of those mobile devices at the point of sale for our clients to make it easier for their customers to do business with them.