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BASYS Blog:
thoughts, ideas, and news for merchant services and credit card processing

  • #teamBASYS is very excited to welcome Amber, Cole, and Nick! Amber and Cole are the latest additions to our Analytics team, and Nick has joined Operations Management as an Executive Operations Manager.

  • The right payment gateway API will increase convenience and value for customers while providing additional growth opportunities for your own company. But what is a payment gateway API exactly, and how do you know which one is a good fit?

  • Whether you start listening to your holiday playlist on November 1st or insist that it’s only played AFTER Thanksgiving, there’s something magical about a festive song during the holiday season. Here at BASYS, we’re big fans of getting into the holiday spirit with a classic tune.

  • 1 in 5 construction companies report that cash flow is a consistent problem for their operation. If your clients are struggling to maintain positive cash flow, they may delay paying you, and that can lead to cash flow issues for your own business.

  • E-commerce giants, including IKEA, Blue Apron, Casper, and Spotify, are capitalizing on the appeal of pop-up shops. Should your business consider doing the same?

  • To create impactful growth strategies for your bank, in-depth reporting is a must-have. Reporting from your partner can enrich the full scope of your bank’s merchant services program, from informing the sales process, to curbing PCI non-compliance.

  • Software companies catering to B2C organizations need to prioritize features that will help their clients stay organized and grow business in the digital age. Here are 4 features your software can incorporate to stay ahead of the competition.

  • We're excited to welcome Bryan, Lindsey, and Tyler to #teamBASYS! These 3 have made wonderful additions to our team, and we can't wait to see what the future has in store for them.

  • Dental labs must constantly reassess and refine their workflows and products to ensure they’re competitive. Here are the biggest trends and technologies driving industry change right now.

  • Every business is potentially subject to a chargeback! Chargebacks occur when a cardholder disputes a transaction directly with the card issuer and can be initiated for a variety of reasons, including fraud, dissatisfaction with a purchase, product failure, etc.

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