In our last post, we shared 3 bad habits that are hurting your business. Once you’ve updated your website, surveyed a few customers, and put some time into your customer service strategy, read on to kick three more bad habits that are holding your business back.
It’s easy to get caught up in the mundane, urgent tasks that make you feel like a hamster on a wheel and ignore those important big-picture items that will keep your business heading in the right direction for the long haul. Here are three bad habits to quit right now.
Mobile technology is everywhere! As customers and businesses move faster and faster, apps and software that can travel with your sales team or around your facility are logical choices to help you keep up. We’ll explain five ways mobile technology will propel your business to the next level.
360 Payments is proud to announce that Protractor Software has selected 360 Payments to be a preferred credit card processor. 360 Payments is a payments processor founded on the beliefs and core values of honesty and integrity. The credit card processing industry is very competitive and can be confusing to business owners. 360 Payments began its journey with the intentions of unveiling the misconceptions of the industry, providing excellent customer service, giving back to the community, and providing a unique opportunity for individuals to make an honest and extraordinary income. Partnering with Protractor is the next step in this vision.
As a small business owner, you know what it feels like to be a small fish swimming among sharks. Keeping costs down is a must, but don’t be tempted to skip accepting credit cards! Even in the age of Apple Pay and PayPal, here’s why your business must absolutely 100% accept credit cards.
All businesses that accept credit card transactions worry about fraud, but if you’re one of the many businesses that sells its goods and services online, you’ll want to pay extra attention – we’re talking to you.
Every month, your credit card processing company sends you a statement that summarizes the transactions and charges for your business during the previous month. Knowing how to read and understand the components of this statement is the first step toward taking ownership of your business’s transactions.
For too long the credit card payment processing industry has been a disaster. It’s been compared to a commodity with competitors undercutting each other and racing to zero. Sales reps typically employ an archaic turn and burn style, and customer service has historically been almost nonexistent. 360 Payments is different. Here’s why.