Why Your Business Should Upgrade from ‘Cash Only’

Michael Gavin | VIEW PROFILE

May 7, 2014

Cash vs Credit

Businesses that refuse to accept non-cash payments may be missing out on a significant number of sales every month. The costs of upgrading to accepting credit cards and mobile payments may seem daunting, but the long term benefits should most definitely be examined before a...

Merchant Warehouse and Retail Pro International Bust Top Millennial Shopping Myths

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January 27, 2014

Merchant Warehouse and Retail Pro

Survey Results Show a Disconnect Between Millennial Preferences and Retailer Beliefs BOSTON, MA -- January 23, 2014 -- Merchant Warehouse®, a leading provider of payment technologies and merchant services, along with Retail Pro International, today announced the findings of a...

Top 6 Money Management Tips for Small Business Owners

David Bakke | VIEW PROFILE

October 10, 2013

Money Management Tips

Whether you're running a small business as a first-time entrepreneur or as a seasoned veteran, you know by now that money management is one of the keys to success. The trouble is that knowing something and doing something are two different things. Unless your venture has been...

Why Merchants Need to Expand Beyond ‘Cash Only’

Shannon Andrade | VIEW PROFILE

July 11, 2013

Cash Only

Merchants that don’t accept any payment method besides cash (and check) are likely missing out on a significant amount of sales – and revenues – each month. And, those lost revenues could exceed tens of thousands of dollars for some. The cost of upgrading to accept credit and...

The Impact of Accepting Credit Cards and Mobile Payments

Merchant Warehouse | VIEW PROFILE

April 30, 2013

The Impact of Accepting Credit Cards and Mobile Payments

Did you know that the majority of business in America today do not accept credit cards? What is the economic impact of avoiding credit cards and mobile payments for these businesses? Merchant Warehouse has developed the following presentation to help more clearly define how...

The Impact of Accepting Credit Cards and Mobile Payments versus Cash Only

Merchant Warehouse | VIEW PROFILE

February 19, 2013

Impact of Accepting Credit And Mobile Payments

Personal finance experts have long claimed that paying electronically leads us to spend more money. The ease, convenience, and intangibility, they say, all make us more likely to overspend, which for a business owner looking to increase the revenue generated by each customer is...

The Evolution of the Consumer Checkout Experience

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January 28, 2013

The Evolution of the Consumer Checkout Experience

Every business needs to accept payments from their customers, but over the years, the form of those payments have changed. Credit cards have replaced a substantial percentage of cash transactions, and smartphone-enabled digital wallets are slowly replacing credit cards even for...

Credit Card Surcharging: It’s Bad for Business

Henry Helgeson | VIEW PROFILE

September 25, 2012

Customers Using Credit Cards

In July, card issuers and banks reached a 7.25 billon dollar settlement with merchants. As a result of the settlement, nearly seven million merchants will receive paid damages and lower processing interchange fees for a period of eight months. The settlement, which is viewed as...

Merchants Shift to Mobile Payments

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September 6, 2012

Getting Paid in America

Since first opening their doors, business owners across the country have worked to find the best possible payment method for their goods and services. While the barter system once reigned supreme, evolving methodologies and technologies would lead to uniformed monetary...

Why Accept Credit Cards?

Shannon Andrade | VIEW PROFILE

May 31, 2012

Accepting Credit Cards

In today’s competitive marketplace, it is almost a necessity for any business to accept credit cards. 80% of all retail customers pay with their credit and debit cards, and they will go to one of your competitors if you don’t accept credit cards.To accept credit cards, what you...