An e-commerce business requires much more than simply slapping together a Web site and setting up a payment gateway. Once you’ve decided to take your business online, it’s crucial to stay up-to-date with a constantly evolving industry. Below are a just a few resources that can help you stay in touch with the e-commerce world and give your online business a competitive edge.
Don’t assume that your business is too small to start a merchant account. Expanding your business capabilities to include credit card processing, electronic payments and online sales can help take your business to the next level of success. Discover the many opportunities available with credit card processing for small business:
At BluePay, we are not only dedicated to providing credit card processing services that help businesses achieve their goals, but we are proud of the relationships we build with our customers, as well. In addition to keeping our customers in the know through regular e-mail updates, we conduct online surveys to learn how we can improve our services and allow customers to give input when it comes to their credit card processing accounts.
In early March, new identity theft regulations took effect in the state of Massachusetts, according to an article in The Daily News Tribune. Companies are now required to implement safety measures and security plans to keep customers’ personal information protected from theft. Business requirements include keeping consumers’ name, Social Security number, credit card number and other sensitive information encrypted and password-protected.
It can be easy to get lost in the day to day business world of increasing profits and improving customer service. However, we realize it’s important to remember that our business is a part of a larger community. Whether you own a small local business or a restaurant franchise, supporting a local cause allows you to be involved and give back to your customers and clients. BluePay is proud to have joined Susan G.