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How well does your payments partner address merchants’ needs in 2022?
The campground and resort property management system worked to bring the outside in to combine e-commerce with brick-and-mortar POS.
Pay-at-the-Table technology provides diners with prompt, contactless service and allows the payment card to never leave customer’s sight.
The ideal omnichannel payments provider evolves to meet new demands, is hardware- and processor-agnostic, and prioritizes payment security.
Based on 2021 holiday shopping statistics, consumers shopped earlier, used their phones, took advantage of the convenience of curbside pickup and used buy now pay later (BNPL) for online purchases.
In today’s fast-paced world, a semi-integrated solution may deliver the perfect payments architecture for your application.
Devs that provide work order management and workflow automation to the field will be the first to receive calls from customers.
Merchants need greater flexibility to meet today’s consumer demands, and smart solutions deliver.
Base your partnership with a payments company on technology, customer support, commitment to partners rather than on a “name” or size.
2022 shoppers are anxious to head back to brick-and-mortar shopping, but they also want the convenience of online shopping, mobile commerce, and self-service.