If you’re like most business owners, you probably don’t think all that much about your banking relationship on a day to day basis. Let’s take a look at five red flags that mean it’s time to switch banks.
Having a virtual terminal as a backup to your usual terminal can be a lifesaver if that terminal goes on the fritz. You can even use a virtual terminal as your sole credit card processing system – although there are some pros and cons to that approach.
Getting new customers can be easier said than done. Do you know where your customers spend their time, both on and offline? Do you know how to reach them most effectively when they’re in those places? This article will show you how to effectively map the automotive customer journey so you can speak their language.
We want to connect with you as time SPRINGS AHEAD starting Sunday, March 10. Your credit card machine clocks need to be changed to ensure your transaction and batch settings continue to work like normal. We have created a few videos to walk you through changing the time on your machines.
It’s trade show season, which means our team is traveling all over the country in matching shirts. We’ve been going to trade shows for years now, and we’ve definitely learned a thing or two along the way. Here are the top five trade show tips you need to know to have a successful event.
Being a business owner is tough. While your product team is busy dreaming up new ways to bring in revenue, you’re taking a look at your expenses and trying to decide where to cut business costs. Here are some tips to help you cut business costs the right way.
Everyone has a bad day, a bad week, or even a bad month, but if your business slump is dragging on and on, it might be time to take a hard look at some of your business processes. Let’s take a peek at three common culprits when your business is underperforming.
If you’ve looked at your credit card processing statement recently you’ve probably seen a reference to “interchange fees.” While you can’t eliminate interchange fees entirely, there are a few ways you can keep them as low as possible. We’ll review them in this article.
A few weeks ago, we wrote a post covering five ways to protect your business from online credit card fraud. We promised a part two – and here it is! Once you’ve taken care of the tips and tricks covered in part one, take a look at these ways to improve your online security.
Scammers are getting craftier all the time, and you have to think fast to stay ahead of them. Fortunately, there are some common-sense steps you can take to combat online credit card fraud. We’ll cover them in a two-part series (this is part one).