Gigi has been with Nuvei since 2007 and has been instrumental in the growth of its Sales Partner Program. As an expert in strategic channel development and partnership management, Gigi’s collaborative techniques and leadership have helped ISOs both launch and grow successful merchant portfolios.
Finding ways to diversify your approach as an ISO can open doors to new opportunities for you to thrive. Social media platforms boast enormous reach that can benefit your business—if you implement them strategically. These eight strategies can help you boost your performance quickly.
Your business has to accept credit card payments to maximize your sales and revenue, despite the fees. Refusing to take them isn't a good option, and raising all your prices may be unpalatable. A creative solution is to add a surcharge to credit card payments.
Sales work always comes down to growth. While other aspects of business thrive on stability, you, like a shark, must move constantly to survive. As an ISO or a sales agent, finding ways to grow and improve keeps you going. These ten tips can help your growth curve surge in 2020.
Your business success depends on creativity and execution. Before you get there, to make sales, you need an effective POS system. When you look at what may be best for you, consider what cloud-based systems offer. These provide significant advantages that can help you lift your sales performance.
Choosing an ISO can feel overwhelming. All of them make promises and claim about being the best, etc. While personal fit and environment should affect your choice, certain factors will help you choose wisely.
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.
No one wants to have credit card fraud occur. It hurts the merchant who loses the money, and it hurts you to deal with the chargebacks and lost fees. Instead of leaving all of this to chance, work with your merchants to help them prevent as many instances of fraud as possible.
Paper money can be touched by a staggering number of people during its lifecycle. The average $1 or $5 bill, for instance, changes hands more than 100 times per year! This means that many germ-infected hands can touch that same bill, such as COVID-19, otherwise known as novel coronavirus.
When you have newer businesses signing up with you, they often need access to funding as they get up and running. This is where merchant cash advances can help. Working with a cash advance provider helps your clients gain access to money when they need it. It also gives you an additional revenue opportunity along the way.