BASYS Releases 2nd Video in Merchant Services Bank Education Series

BASYS Processing - 5 Steps to Identify Your Merchant Services Potential

BASYS Releases 2nd Video in Merchant Services Bank Education Series

BASYS Processing. Knowledge = RevenueThe 2nd video in BASYS Processing’s Merchant Services Bank Education Series, “5 Steps to Identify Your Merchant Services Potential,” was released today.

 

LENEXA, KANSAS November 22, 2016 — The 2nd video in BASYS Processing’s Merchant Services Bank Education Series, “5 Steps to Identify Your Merchant Services Potential,” was released today. This installment in the 5-part series focuses on identifying potential merchants, creating a pro forma, and charting progress toward merchant service revenue growth.

“One of the most popular questions we hear is ‘Where should my merchant services portfolio be in terms of number of merchants and revenue, for the size of bank we are?’,” says Rick Hannon, EVP of Bank Services at BASYS. “We have developed a 5-step process to uncover and maximize your bank’s true potential.”

5 Steps to Identify Your Merchant Service Potential” is available to view online at: www.basyspro.com/bank-education-series.

Targeted at bank executives, the 5-part Merchant Services Bank Education Series breaks down the components of an extremely successful program, providing the knowledge necessary to maximize the revenue of a bank’s merchant services portfolio.

“In our years of meeting with banks across the country, we have found that most are not given the proper attention and training essential for a successful merchant services program. Although every bank does merchant services a little differently, we have developed a comprehensive program to significantly increase merchant services revenue,” said Brady Hanna, EVP of Financial Services at BASYS.

The release dates for the remainder of the Merchant Services Bank Education Series are:

Wed, 12/07Tapping Into Merchant Services With Analytics – What data should you be tracking in your merchant services portfolio? We will discuss 6 key metrics that help you effectively monitor and manage your program.

Wed, 12/21What Are Reasonable Goals To Set For A 1st Year Merchant Services Program? – Setting revenue expectations for the 1st year of a merchant services program can be very difficult. We will guide you through questions to ask yourself, and follow-up steps to create customized goals for your bank.

Wed, 01/04What Merchant Services Program Is Best For My Bank? – The decision between a Referral program, and an Agent program, is key to growing your merchant services portfolio. Maybe your bank needs a Sales (Hybrid) program. We will explain the different programs, and offer advice on determining which program is the best fit for your bank.

The Merchant Services Bank Education Series videos will be available to view online, as they are released at:  www.basyspro.com/bank-education-series.

About BASYS Processing
BASYS Processing is merchant services born from banking. Founded by a family that once owned a bank, BASYS is a true business partner for credit card and debit card processing. BASYS Processing provides credit card and debit card processing services, and solutions that include terminals, virtual terminals, e-commerce, mobile, and point-of-sale; customized to fit any need. Banks, associations, and software partners depend on us to strengthen their reputations and relationships with their customers by providing remarkable service paired with ultimate flexibility and pricing. Merchants depend on us to make accepting credit cards and debit cards convenient, safe & affordable. BASYS was founded in 2002 on one philosophy: to take care of our merchants, partners, and employees so they never want to leave. We are dedicated to working one-on-one with our customers to design the perfect solution. BASYS is Personalized Payment Processing. Learn more at basyspro.com, and connect with us on www.linkedin.com/company/basys-processing-inc-, twitter.com/BASYSProcessing, instagram.com/basysprocessing/, and vimeo.com/basysprocessing.

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