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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.
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.
Short for mobile point-of-sale, mPOS allows you to accept credit and debit cards through a wireless device like a smartphone or tablet. If you make sales on the go (think food trucks, pop-up shops, plumbers, etc.) this means you can easily accept card payments from just about anywhere. No more turning away cashless customers or hassling with paper checks. These days even brick-and-mortar stores often opt for mPOS setups because the technology has become so efficient.
For business owners, scaling your business and managing that growth effectively is always going to be one of your top priorities. There’s no better testament to your business's success than a quickly expanding customer base. However, with every victory tends to come a new challenge to tackle. The good news is, if your business operates on a subscription-based model, there are tools available that offer an easy way to automate and simplify payments.
Holiday sales can bring cheer to the heart of any small business owner. However, you need more than Santa's magic to have a successful holiday season. Good preparation is one of the key ingredients to produce a record-breaking holiday season for your business.
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You’ve probably heard the term “CRM” tossed around, but what does it mean and why is it important for small businesses?
It's a given in the business world that it costs ten times as much to earn a new customer than it does to retain one. That's why fostering brand loyalty is so critical. Fortunately, any business can leverage the power of social media to nurture band loyalty in any industry. Here are a few handy tips to make that happen.