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Every customer wants a seamless shopping experience, and flexible payment options can help a business provider just that. Now, among Canadian shoppers, credit and debit cards
Until recently, where you lived was where you worked. Over the past few years we’ve experienced a dramatic shift. Now it’s possible for employees to
Whether your business is brick and mortar or hosted online, the checkout experience you deliver to customers is an essential piece of the puzzle that
As a small to medium sized business owner, there are a myriad of problems at the micro level that are constantly grasping for your attention.
Whether you’re a new merchant to the game, or making a switch, choosing the right payment processor can be an overwhelming process. With dozens
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This Thursday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk spoke at his first all-hands meeting with Twitter’s employees answering many questions about how he plans to run the
On May 5th, World Password Day, we became one step closer to easier and more secure password management. The FIDO (Fast IDentity Online) Alliance,
The work-from-home trend has created a unique opportunity for virtual cards to become common practice in businesses today. Virtual cards not only offer a range
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Over two weeks ago, the European Union decided to ban seven Russian financial institutions from the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) messaging system.