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Archive for July, 2014

7 Problems with Your POS System

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Your POS system is the hub of your business. It controls the money coming in and going out. It records your inventory, tracks time, reports on peak purchasing hours, and assists your customers through a smooth checkout process. This is one aspect of business with which you don’t want continual problems. However, you may be [...]

Should Your Business Accept Credit Cards?

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Are you tired of frustrated customers? Have you seen clients leave because you don’t accept credit cards? If you’re on the front lines for a business that’s stuck in its ways, you’re probably ready to take action—to get with the times. If you need help convincing your boss to accept credit cards, I have just [...]

5 Tools Everyone in the Retail Industry Should be Using

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With the constant turnover in technology, it can be hard to keep up with which tools can help you most in the retail industry. But keeping up with the times is important for staying ahead of the competition and drawing attention to your brand. Whether your store has been open for one week or fifteen [...]

5 Tools You Should Be Using in the Restaurant Industry

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You might not assume that technology and food would complement one another. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, restaurant patrons are now expecting their favorite belly-filling destinations to keep their technological experience up-to-date. Here are five tech-savvy tools your restaurant should use to stay current and efficient: Online menus. Customers today want [...]

5 Things Competitors Can Teach You About Accepting Credit Cards

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As much as we hate to admit it, sometimes our competitors can actually teach us a thing or two about business. That’s especially true when it comes to payment processing. We just launched a new ebook titled Payment Processing that Doesn’t Suck. It explains how outdated, inconvenient processing can drive away customers—and what you can [...]

Is Your POS System Outdated?

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We’ve all been there—checking out at a big-box store, waiting for ages while the purchase is processed on an ancient terminal. Once the transaction is finally approved, it takes another 30 seconds for the receipt to print out. The store has plenty of money, but its payment tech looks like a leftover from the ‘80s. [...]

Hansen’s Roller Skating Centers Offer Safe Hangouts for Kids

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Ever since he was a teen, Trace Hansen dreamed of following his passion for rollerskating and owning a rollerskating rink. Until 2007, it was just a dream. As a police officer in Everette, Washington, Trace did all he could to help his community. But he spent so much time on paperwork and logistics, he felt [...]

Isis Wallet Changes Name to Avoid Association With Militant Group 

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If you have heard the term “ISIS” recently, it has probably been in reference to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, a group of radical Sunni militants who are attempting to take over Iraq and establish a caliphate spanning both Middle Eastern countries. Currently, ISIS controls land on both sides of the Syria-Iraq border, [...]

How an Oregon Photography Studio Found Success

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Evan and Melissa Roth are the husband and wife duo behind Roth Photography, a photography studio based in Salem, Oregon. Although the business is based in Salem, the couple’s adventurous spirit will gladly bring them anywhere. Roth Photography specializes in wedding and portrait photography, but they have also found a unique niche in business portraits [...]