To bleed green, you need to like the challenge. You need to love fixing problems. Every business and person is unique, and we do not make them fit into our box. Are you trying to make people fit into your box? Have you ever thought about trying to fit into theirs?
The George Washington cherry tree story is one where the protagonist made a mistake and had to own up to it. Although we know we are certainly willing to own up to our mistakes, the important thing to remember is that mistakes have been made within the payments industry as a whole. Our honesty may not represent the entire industry, but it goes a long way towards cleaning up a long-existing stigma. By being honest to a fault, we earn the right to represent 360 Payments.
There is no college degree in credit card processing. We all started at the bottom in our company and got scrappy to learn everything about our industry with no manual. We made choices others were not willing to make and sacrificed the “normal” life for ourselves to be able to provide it for our future team members. We built everything out of nothing by digging deep.
Here at 360 Payments, we’ve put a fair bit of effort into defining what our values are so that we have something of a yardstick with which to measure our own actions. Among those values we’ve identified as most important to us is love. But does love belong in the workplace, and what does it even mean in this context? We believe that love absolutely does belong in the workplace, and below we hope to explore why we feel this way and what we think love means to the 360 Payments family.
Lots of organizations like to claim they are progressive. It’s one of those startup traits that’s so popular in Silicon Valley these days. But how many businesses really get it right? 360 Payments is a progressive company, without a doubt. How can I be so sure of that? Well, because they hired me.
At 360 Payments, we love to talk about our great customer service. We think it’s one of the many things that sets us apart from our competition, and our customers agree. But it’s easy to brag – what does that really mean for you, a business owner? Here’s what you can expect from us.
The tax code underwent some major changes recently. The flurry of House and Senate activity at the end of 2017 produced the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. While the big topic of conversation among business owners was the hefty corporate tax cut, there have been changes for individuals as well.
360 Payments is thrilled to announce that VBO Tickets has chosen 360 Payments as an endorsed payment processing partner. Partnering with VBO Tickets is part of our ongoing mission to revolutionize the payments industry for our customers.
360 Payments is proud to announce that Winworks Auto Shop Management Software has selected 360 Payments to be a preferred credit card processor. 360 Payments is a payment processor founded on the beliefs and core values of honesty and integrity. Partnering with Winworks is the next step in this vision.
In today’s fast-paced business world, it’s easy to get caught up in the newest apps and forget about people. Technology connects us like never before, but it also makes it easier to hide behind computer screens, separating us from each other. The credit card industry is no exception – it’s suffering from a transparency crisis.