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  • Growing Our Customer Base by Accepting Electronic Payments

    by Nina Clark, Spitzfaden Office Supplies | November 5, 2013

    At Spitzfaden Office Supplies in Cincinnati, Ohio, we serve busy professionals ranging from doctors to lawyers each and every day. To establish return customers and build a successful business, we have had to adapt to our customers’ preferences and ensure that they have a satisfying experience.... Read More ›

  • Fixing Computer Crashes through Card Acceptance

    by Marcus Yulfo, Native Innovations | October 29, 2013

    Native Innovations is a Native American-owned family business headquartered in Knightdale, North Carolina. Since 2007, we have been providing IT support services to clients across the financial, healthcare, automotive, agricultural, political and non-profit sectors. We pride ourselves on our... Read More ›

  • Electronic Payments Help Me Keep My Patients Smiling

    by Kevin Maloney | October 21, 2013

    I have been a dentist for thirty five years, which is long enough to know that most people don’t exactly enjoy having to come in for an appointment. I know that anything I can do to make my patients’ experience just a little bit easier will go a long way towards making them happy—and... Read More ›

  • Accounting Managers Prefer Electronic Payments

    by Patricia Smolik, Best Solutions Medical Supplies and Rentals, LLC | October 15, 2013

    As the accounting manager of a medical supplies and rental business, I know firsthand that accepting credit and debit cards is good for any business’s bottom line. With more than two thirds of transactions nationwide taking place with a credit, debit or gift card, your small business is missing... Read More ›

  • USHCC Webinar: “The Future of Mobile Payments – What Small Businesses Need to Know”

    by Community Merchants USA | October 10, 2013

    Community Merchants USA hosted a panel last month to kickoff Hispanic Heritage Month at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC). The panel included subject matter experts from Elavon and Visa on the quickly evolving world of mobile payments processing and how card acceptance through these new... Read More ›

  • Louisville Geek Strikes Gold by Accepting Credit and Debit Cards

    by Bobby Bailey, Louisville Geek | October 8, 2013

    Louisville Geek is a locally owned and operated IT company. We work with businesses of all sizes to provide the best IT support and solutions, whether that means addressing specific problems or managing an entire computer network. Our network operations center works around-the-clock to ensure that... Read More ›

  • Credit Card Acceptance Expands My Customer Base

    by Chuck Underwood, Metro Productions | September 30, 2013

    As the President and CEO of Metro Productions in Raleigh, North Carolina, I have seen first-hand the positive impacts that accepting credit and debit card payments can have on a business. Metro Productions is a design firm that helps clients tell their stories about their products and services.... Read More ›

  • Balancing my Business with Electronic Payments

    by Lindsie Jones, Haute Bride | September 17, 2013

    I run a bridal gown and accessory shop in Los Gatos, California.  I love my job, but sometimes it’s difficult designing new gowns, dealing with bridal craziness, and trying to run a business at the same time. It’s even harder when you’re a mother with a husband who also runs a small... Read More ›

  • Card Acceptance Helps The Treehouse Take Root

    by Katy Sigler | September 10, 2013

    As the manager of the Treehouse Pub, I can proudly say that electronic payments acceptance has helped us grow from a tiny establishment into one of Cleveland’s most iconic taverns. We have been in business since 1996, and our decision to accept credit and debit card payments right from the... Read More ›

  • Electronic Payments Lighten the Load for Business Owners

    by Brian Cassanego, Noir Lounge | September 3, 2013

    I just recently purchased an old restaurant in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood and converted it into a wine bar and lounge. I have never owned a food service business before, and I have never worked in the hospitality industry.  Credit and debit cards have... Read More ›

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