The EMV transition mandate is just days away.
With graduations, Father’s Day and Fourth of July quickly approaching, this means it could be a very busy time for your small business.
In 2014, credit card fraud cost U.S. merchants $32 billion, a jump of $9 billion from 2013.
With April 15 just weeks away, small business owners like you are looking for ways to keep your taxes down, file correctly and steer clear of audits.
Our most recent blog posts have focused on helping you understand what NFC is and how it works in the mobile wallet.
In our last post, we discussed emerging NFC technology and how it’s changing the payment industry in the form of the “mobile wallet.
The payment industry is in the midst of a major transition.
Now that we’ve discussed the history of EMV, the security it offers and what it means for your business, you’re likely wondering what you need to do to prepare for October 2015.
As we discussed in our most recent post, Total will be offering Ingenico Group’s terminals in our free terminal placement program.
As you know, Total recently announced we’re offering Ingenico Group’s terminals in our free terminal placement program.