In the past decade, the payments industry has made technological leaps and bounds, but one thing has remained the same—the looming threat of retail attacks. In fact, according to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, “more than 260 million retail records have
Not every customer has an American Express® card, so why bother accepting them? Most people have alternate methods of payment anyway—what’s the point? Well for one, American Express is undergoing some serious changes making it much easier for businesses to
File this under “things that scare us.” The good people over at SecurityMetrics have just released a study finding that over 63% of businesses aren’t encrypting the credit cards they process. Additionally, 7% store that unencrypted magnetic stripe data.
What do restaurants and specialty retail stores have in common? They’re both a perfect fit for a Clover POS system. Fancy, huh? From designers that worked on Tesla and Dr. Dre Beats, Clover’s basically the cadillac of POS systems.
In the days before mobile payments and virtual shopping carts, payment acceptance was rather one dimensional. Exchange goods/services for payment —end of transaction. As technology improved and additional payment channels were introduced, retailers developed what’s known as a multichannel approach.
Everyone has sat through a terrible PowerPoint presentation. Many of us have tolerated countless slides of spinning planet GIFs and paragraphs of 10pt font. Presentations aren’t a painful experience at their core, and following just a few simple rules will
CardConnect is a leading provider of payment processing and technology services that helps more than 50,000 merchants across the U.S., from Fortune 500 companies to small and mid-sized businesses, accept billions of dollars in card transactions each year.
The company’s patented tokenization and gateway solutions make payment acceptance simple, integrated and secure.