When it comes to B2B payment processing, the interchange and processing costs you pay are determined by how your business is classified by credit card associations. Here’s what you should know about Level 2 and Level 3 payment processing.
As a business owner, you may find yourself in a position where you need an influx of cash. You might choose to meet your need for capital by applying for a long or short-term business loan. Or you could request a merchant cash advance from your credit card processor.
Technology has made it quite easy to internationalize your business, hence reaching more customers. For your business to thrive, you need an online customer base.
Having the ability to accept payments online is crucial for many businesses to run smoothly and grow. Payment facilitation is quickly becoming an option for software companies to streamline payment processing for their clients.
Having a great idea, or even a great product or service, is no guarantee of success. Plenty of great ideas come to broke daydreamers. If you don't have a plan to sell what you have, you will not succeed.
Payfacs (payment facilitators) are changing the way software and app developers are implementing payments in their solutions.
Now more than ever, exploring global opportunities is a great idea as it opens up a new, larger customer base and introduces even greater potential for higher profit margins.
Independent software vendors (ISVs) seem to be in a perpetual growth cycle. But for all this growth, some ISVs continue to leave money on the table.
It's in the merchant's best interest to maintain PCI Compliance in order to reduce risk of a data breach which may lead to the compromise of sensitive cardholder information.
Merchants who find success in cross-border ecommerce benefit by exposing their brand to millions of new customers and taking their revenues to new heights.
Setting great business goals should be the primary focus of anyone who hopes to succeed in the payment processing industry. For many, setting goals is a fluid, undefined process that results only in vague hopes and dreams.
Payment facilitators allow SaaS startups to offer payment services to their clients to serve as sub-merchants. But what is a payment facilitator, and is it right for your SaaS startup?
The merchant payments industry is changing rapidly, due to ongoing technology innovations. For independent sales organizations (ISOs) or agents, keeping up with merchant services trends is vital.
When it comes to choosing the premier independent sales organization to partner with, you will be faced with dozens of options.