QuickBooks is one of the most trusted accounting platforms on the planet, with more than 3 million users around the globe. In fact, Intuit’s accounting software enjoys nearly 75 percent market share, creating very little room for other bookkeeping solutions.
The company also offers payment processing — both as a standalone solution and in conjunction with third-party processors.
But how secure is this payment technology? And is it worth giving it a try?
Interactive voice response (IVR) is a popular telephone technology that allows users to speak or type their choices.
With IVR, customers can receive technical support, manage their accounts or get redirected to certain departments within an organization. And they can accomplish many of these things during non-working hours when companies might be closed.
We live in an age of big data, with many organizations storing and processing unbelievable amounts of information.
Google alone boasts over 10 exabytes of data storage (1 exabyte = 1 billion gigabytes). Just to put that in perspective, 5 exabytes is roughly equivalent to every word ever spoken by anyone — since the beginning of time.
And all of this information is ripe for picking, with everything from patient records to email passwords potentially up for grabs.
Square, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of credit card processing technology for mobile devices. The company produces tiny pieces of hardware that fit directly into smartphones and tablets, allowing merchants to process credit card payments without relying on traditional, stationary terminals.