As businesses close the book on traditional paper-based transactions (pun intended), the decision to move to an Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP) provider is not one to make hastily. Although this move is typically predicated upon the directives of the CFO and the Finance team, there are typically 3 important guidelines one should be […]
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It’s crazy how much technology is changing day by day and with that change comes the payment evolution. At first, it was paying by cash, then check, then phone, then text to pay! So what are the latest trends when it comes to payments?
The payments industry is set to see dramatic changes in 2018. The emergence of new technologies & consumer payment trends will push many businesses to reflect on their own PCI-DSS liability, including what’s at stake for them if a breach occurs.
Your customers don’t have to buy stamps or wait in line to pay their utility bill. Utility payments are processed within minutes, and your customers can check their balances to be sure their accounts are up to date.
Is your business PCI compliant or complacent? While it’s true that data breaches happen regularly to larger businesses, the impact on SMBs can be worse than you’d think.
When it comes to payment solutions, your company has many options to accept payment. However, some options are much riskier than others. When it comes to taking payments, your company should offer a solution that adheres to PCI DSS requirements.
Healthcare, in the United States, is expected to be a $5 trillion industry within the next five years. This could be due, in part, to emerging medical technology and the ability for patients to have insurance to afford them.
No matter if it’s home and property, life, automobile, or health insurance. When it comes to mobile payments, your agency should provide your policyholders with the best customer experience possible.
Property management is proving to be a profitable investment with over 42 million households now renting. However, one of the major hurdles that come with managing a property is getting paid on time.
The way in which customers pay for goods and services has changed a lot in the last ten years. Paper checks have all but disappeared from point-of-sale situations. However, businesses still rely on them so that customers can pay the bills.
Mobile payments are on the rise, and Black Friday 2016 was proof of this. A new study from Adobe showed that U.S. shoppers used a mobile device to spend $1.2 billion during the biggest shopping day of the year.
Need a quick and easy way to allow customers to make payments? Mobile payment options may be a viable solution for your business. Payments made by check are a traditional method of payment but don’t offer much in the way of security.