transactions Tag

A B2B (business-to-business) transaction is any sale where your customer is a business instead of an individual. Traditionally, B2B transactions were the territory of paper invoices and handwritten checks, but the convenience of credit cards is changing that. What do you need to know about...

As Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, once put it, “a sale is a gift to the customer until the money is in the bank.” Have you ever waited months on end for a customer to pay you? It's not uncommon, but...

According to pymynts.com, the B2B sector is home to about $3 Trillion worth of “inefficiencies” in how payments are made. A lot of that comes from the role paper plays in making sure businesses get supplied and paid. Small businesses are well-poised to pivot toward...

Scammers are always pushing to find the vulnerabilities in your security programs and systems. By choosing the right payment processor, and taking the steps outlined below, you can do a lot to protect your customers’ data....

You shouldn’t have to jump back and forth between multiple programs just to complete everyday business and managerial tasks. Plus, it’s important to choose a POS that suits your industry. If you're experiencing any of these 4 issues, it may be time to update your...

As technology evolves, experts agree credit cards will affect our day-to-day lives in new ways. From transportation to person-to-person transactions, one thing is certain: credit cards are here to stay. Here are just a few of the developments you can expect to see in the...

Credit and debit cards affect American businesses in a profound way. As a business owner, you simply can’t ignore credit cards. Here’s why....

You don’t need to understand the inner workings of credit card processing to get a good rate and great service. But, a general understanding of how it works can help you avoid unnecessary fees. ...

Square has had their struggles, and is not the best solution for every business, but there are definitely 4 lessons that we can all learn from Square. ...