Allowing customers to pay using a credit or debit card can help you capture more revenue, but handling sensitive payment data requires that your business knows how to protect customer information — and its internal data — from the risk of a security breach.
All businesses that accept payments are responsible for keeping payment data secure at the start of a transaction, during processing and once it ends. This article outlines the most common mistakes businesses make in payment security, and how to avoid them.
You may have lingering questions about EMV credit card processing, including why chip cards were issued, and what the change in payment processing standards means for merchants and consumers.
Mobile payments can offer benefits like enhanced customer convenience, expedited accounts receivable processes, and increased cash flow. This article explains a few features of mobile payments that any business using them should know.
Keep your eyes clearly focused on sales, expenses and profit. These three variables are interconnected. Watch for changes in either sales or expenses.
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