5 Things to Look For in a Payments Technology Partner

Keeping up with the changing needs of the payments industry in the U.S. can be challenging, especially if you’re an ISV, ISO or VAR and new to the payments space. To deliver strong solutions that meet merchants’ needs, it’s important to work with a payments technology partner that complements your business and makes it easier for you to get to market. Your business needs a trusted, strategic partner that can provide comprehensive and innovative point of sale (POS) solutions and services that eliminate payment complexity.

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8 Ways Payment Technology Can Change How You Serve Guests

Restaurants, bars and other food service businesses work hard to provide their customers with the best quality of food and service. Any customer happy with their overall experience at a restaurant is more likely to come back and may even become a brand advocate for the establishment.

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Explaining The Payment Moment of Truth

Have you noticed that the checkout experience has become increasingly complex? More and more people wave their mobile phone on the POS device. Others simply tap their card and go. Forget paying with cash - in Amsterdam where I live now, many stores refuse bills and coins and only accept cards. And it’s not just when standing in line at your local grocery store; but also when paying online or buying with your mobile phone. There are more options and more steps to take before completing the purchase.

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Patient Payment Transactions: A Confluence of Security and Compliance Considerations

The healthcare industry has recently seen a host of breaches, non-compliance, and other frustrations relating to security, regulatory, and related compliance obligations inherent in receiving payments from patients via modern financial obligations, such as deductibles, co-payments, and other self-pay obligations, make up a larger portion of a healthcare provider’s balance sheets.

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3 Myths that Hold Merchants Back from an Omni-Channel Payments Strategy

Today, brick and mortar retailers have to work harder to compete with the likes of Amazon and other online merchants. Other than better products and competitive pricing, merchants need to focus on enhancing their customer’s journey with a positive buying experience. This is where an omni-channel strategy comes into the picture.

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