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The right payment solution will help restaurants control costs, improve cash flow and optimize customer experiences.
Recurring payments enabled some businesses and organizations to keep revenues coming in during COVID-19, and they’ll continue to make payments easier–both for consumers and the merchant’s back office–in the future.
Explore hassle-free ways to give your users the ability to accept payments.
Fingerprints and other forms of biometric ID can bring convenience and security to payment processes.
Could your application help to drive consumers toward the convenience of tap-and-go payments?
Optimizing restaurant mobile ordering to operate most efficiently during coronavirus restrictions can produce long-term ROI of greater efficiency and happier customers.
Shoppers are drawn to the convenience of diverse payment methods — and expect merchants to accept them.
Transactions are growing increasingly more consumer-centric, frictionless and convenient.
Defining sustainable growth for your organization, establishing KPIs and sales accelerators, and keeping accurate, detailed records are key to a solid sales compensation plan.
PCI SSC recommends restricting access to cardholder data based on need to know, giving each user a unique ID, and having physical security in place.
Streamlined processes, easy record-keeping, faster fund transfer and fewer delinquent accounts can give small and medium-sized field service businesses an edge.
Features that keep patients informed, help them find the information they need, and that gives them easy ways to pay their healthcare bills can add value to the software applications you develop for healthcare.
Integrating payments with field service applications can help your clients improve efficiency and the bottom line — and may also help your ISV business grow.
More and more, patients are becoming payers, and healthcare providers need to provide them with easy-to-use and convenient ways to pay their medical bills.
The payments space is active with M&A activity. Here are some things to think about if your partner is suddenly part of a new company or acquires a competitive ISV.
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