Employees working from home full-time due to the pandemic are experiencing anxiety and stress more than ever. If you manage a team at work, you should follow these critical steps to help your team cope.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing restaurants to close their dine-in business to maintain social distancing and adhere with ordinances that restrict public gatherings. In order to survive and thrive during these uncertain times, restaurants must be proactive and adapt to meet the needs of their customers.
If you are an ISV orVAR, you understand the value of integrated payment processing in yourapplications. Still, running it yourself can be a nightmare, and not allpartners will serve your needs. Finding the right processing partner canprovide abundant advantages for you.
In some ways, partnering with an independent software vendor is a no-brainer for software resellers. But, this only works to their benefit when they find the right partner. As an ISV, you can make yourself more valuable, and create more partnership opportunities, by demonstrating you can meet particular needs a software reseller will have.
For years, Canada has been moving closer to becoming a cashless society. Contactless payments are increasing dramatically and have almost caught up to cash. Now, during the COVID-19 pandemic, it's important to understand how contactless payment options, be it digital or cashless, will help keep the virus at bay.
Merchants who rely on in-person payments can expect a marked reduction in business activities because of COVID-19. This means restaurants, retailers and other businesses are suffering. However, a virtual terminal can be a reliable alternative during this pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected the daily lives of most by placing them in self-isolation. But what does this mean for the everyday face-to-face salesperson? And more specifically, how can payment industry ISOs and merchant resellers keep their sales active during this coronavirus situation?
For many, work by definition is not fun. You put your head down, fight through your day, and go home. It doesn't have to be that way, for you, or for your team. If you find ways to build laughter into the workplace, you not only help everyone enjoy the day more, but you get a more productive team in the process.
With the COVID-19 pandemic escalating, isolation and social distancing have been put into place in many countries. The outbreak of novel coronavirus has already made an impact to the economy, and on consumer behavior as people are opting—or have no choice—to choose online options to make their purchases.