For restaurants to succeed in the ever-growing industry, efficiency and customer satisfaction must be prioritized. Pay at the table is a point-of-sale solution that streamlines the payment process – eliminating stress for both guests and their servers.
After a decade-long battle in the legal arena, merchants everywhere are one step closer to financial reprieve thanks to the Payment Card Interchange Fee Settlement.
The American job market remains strong, as reflected in the latest figures published by the U.S. Labor Department.
In August, business bankruptcy skyrocketed, with companies flocking to court in a desperate plea for protection from their creditors.
The manufacturing industry is rapidly embracing the power of real-time payments as a critical component of operations.
As the prices of goods and services skyrocket, it has become increasingly difficult for Main Street businesses to remain afloat.
As consumer demand for faster payments continues to surge, instant disbursement has surged in popularity.
Surcharges – Just last week, the Garden State took a monumental step forward in safeguarding its residents and visitors, as New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law a groundbreaking measure that puts the power back into the hands of the consumers.
Retailers are on a ceaseless quest to forge stronger connections with their customers, leading them to explore channels where shoppers already dwell.
As major dining brands struggle with inflation, consumers have been turning away from delivery toward pickup to avoid onerous fees. Echoes of this trend could be seen in the latest rounds of earnings across the industry…