05 APR 2016
DON’T MISS: April 19 Webinar “How to Grow Your Commercial Payments Portfolio”
How will you grow your commercial cards and
30 MAR 2016
It’s Time to Respond to the Needs of Digitally-Savvy Consumers
Reliance on mobile technology continues to grow at a rapid pace as consumers have less time to manage their personal and professional lives. How well are banks responding to consumers’ evolving preferences with mobile banking apps and features that can help banks effectively attract, retain and build a loyal base of customers in today’s rapidly evolving digital marketplace?
25 MAR 2016
The Pros & Cons Behind 3 Types of Loyalty Programs
If you looked inside 10 people’s wallets/smartphones today, you’d most likely find at least 10 different loyalty programs they’re signed up for. It seems that loyalty programs are ubiquitous, with every type of restaurant and shop trying to lure customers back in-store with ever-greater frequency.
10 MAR 2016
Save time with Credit Card Batch Processing
Batch Processing allows you to manage and schedule large transaction volumes and recurring charges to your customers’ credit cards. This is ideal for non-real time transactions such as memberships, subscription billings and regular mail orders.
11 FEB 2016
Lessons Learned from National Chains to Make Your Small Business Loyalty Program a Success
When it comes to developing successful loyalty programs, national retail chains have been the early adopters in the space, incorporating technology into the POS that allows new ways of implementing bold and successful relationship marketing programs.
04 FEB 2016
5 Ways To Make a Mobile Loyalty Program Work at Your Business
It being January, there are a lot of people rushing out to the gym to get memberships. Have you ever been one of those New Year’s resolution-eers who start the year with the best of intentions, only to never end up using your membership?
28 JAN 2016
Mobile Payments can be a Business Enabler
The rapid rise in mobile technology usage and ubiquitous connectivity heralds the arrival of a mobile payments revolution. The world now stands on the cusp of a payments paradigm shift as businesses increasingly digitalise, turning to different forms of payments, including mobile payments, to reach today's digitally active consumer. This is especially the case in Singapore.
10 DEC 2015
Open Your Business to the World with Payeezy
No matter the reason, in the beginning, you got into entrepreneurship, business today is about being more than just brick and mortar.
20 AUG 2015
Six Components of a Strong eCommerce Business
Whether your eCommerce site is the first and only place you will do business, or it’s an extension of your existing business, you need to treat it with the same respect and undergo the same amount of planning as opening a traditional brick-and-mortar location.
13 AUG 2015
For Small Retailers, eCommerce Is Local Commerce
If you own a local business, does eCommerce matter to you? It should.
Merchants often think of eCommerce as something that’s only for big, national or global businesses. Conventional wisdom says that if you own a mom-and-pop retail shop, a food truck or restaurant, or even a multi-location small business, your market isn’t large enough to justify an investment in eCommerce. Most of your customers are local, and they know you. At least, that’s what many business owners think.
05 AUG 2015
10 Strategies to Reduce the Risk of eCommerce Fraud
eCommerce can be a tremendous boon for small businesses, but with it comes the growing risk of eCommerce fraud. Small businesses are at particular risk, as fraudsters know that small merchants often lack the time and resources to implement the most sophisticated and comprehensive fraud detection protocols. But, there are steps you can take right now to help keep your business from becoming an easy target for eCommerce fraud.
30 JUL 2015
The Impact a Data Breach Could Have on Your Business
Though over 70% of data security breaches are targeted at small businesses or particular industries1, and it’s rare that the business itself discovers the breach. Most events are detected by a law enforcement agency or a third party, such as a bank or a card association, that notices a rise in fraud that can be traced back to a specific merchant.