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Small business owner Ngina Shulman of Lotus Media shares how she successfully runs her business preserving families’ memories by digitizing their home videos and photos—and how she expanded beyond the local market using Authorize.net to accept payments.
Businesses of all sizes continue to be the victims of card testing fraud. Learn three ways you can protect your small business from fraudsters.
Since fraudsters often target small businesses, precautions need to be taken to protect digital channels and customers from online fraud.
eChecks offer another digital solution that limits contact and makes it easy for recurring payments.
For Co-founder and CEO of ILERA Apothecary, Chinonye Akunne, helping people, communities, and the environment has always been at the heart of her business. Her plant-based, ethically sourced skincare products help people feel and look more confident. We chatted with her about ILERA Apothecary’s journey, how they’re adjusting to COVID-19, and why they donate a portion of their profits to empower women in Haiti.
If a business can manage its inventory and cash flow, it’ll likely continue to grow. However nearly half of small businesses in the U.S. don’t track inventory or do so manually. These businesses are missing out on a major opportunity as there are many easy-to-use technology solutions for inventory management.
Learn some guidelines in choosing plans and products for digital payment acceptance in store and online.
We've got your back. And we understand what a challenging time this is for you and your business. Given the evolving landscape you are facing, we want to provide some tips and reminders that may help you grow—and protect—your business.
Accepting in-person card payments doesn’t mean you have to invest in a bunch of expensive equipment. With VPOS—short for Virtual Point-of-Sale—you can easily turn your laptop or desktop into a card terminal.
Today the question businesses face isn’t if they need to adapt to the age of connected commerce—a time when shoppers expect to make purchases anytime, anywhere, from any device—but rather how.