Choosing a credit card processor important. You’re not just choosing a vendor, you’re picking a partner who will guide you through the complex and sometimes overwhelming world of credit card transactions. Price is obviously a consideration, but it’s far from the only one. Here are four other factors you should take into account.
Accepting credit card payments is a straightforward process for most brick-and-mortar businesses – purchase a countertop or mobile credit card terminal and swipe away. Ecommerce stores require a payment gateway and a shopping cart instead of the physical terminal. What about businesses that don’t fit neatly into either category? A virtual terminal may be the answer.
Starting a business means making a lot of decisions at once. Once you find your groove, however, it’s time to reevaluate some of the decisions you made, particularly with respect to the vendor relationships you’ve built. Here are five key partnerships to review ASAP – you may find significant savings!
Opening the doors to your brand-new retail store is an exciting time. We don’t want to burst your bubble, but we do want to be sure you’re taking care of the details so your business can thrive. Here are five common mistakes we see retail entrepreneurs make in their early months.
You know that your brand’s reputation is important and that being seen as a reputable source of information in your industry is invaluable. How can you accomplish these goals at once? It’s as simple as starting a blog. We’ll walk you through how it’s done.
Congratulations, new business owner! You’ve taken the plunge and launched your very own startup. There’s a lot going on and a thousand things to think about, but this is actually a great time to be starting a brand-new company. Here are three big struggles entrepreneurs face, and the technology solutions that will help you succeed.
We all have hobbies and passions. They fulfill us, energize us, and restore us when we’re disenchanted with life. Most of us would love to quit our day jobs and pursue our passions full-time – but how? Here are our top five tips for making your startup dream a reality.
Credit card transactions are not all created equal. There are three levels of credit card processing (Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3), and which one a particular transaction falls under depends on the type of card used. Depending on your business, you may encounter all of these types. Here’s what you need to know.
This kind of credit card fraud preys on well-meaning cashiers and business owners who want to believe that “the customer is always right.” When the customer steps aside and pretends to call their card issuer, they are likely calling no one at all.