As each day passes, online sales get closer and closer to outdriving those from brick and mortar. In 2013 alone, consumers spent more than $1.2 trillion shopping online, placing a high demand for businesses to adopt this strategy.
Five years ago, Twitter’s Jack Dorsey founded Square, Inc. An innovative startup, Square offered portable card payment processing for small businesses during a time in which card acceptance was becoming increasingly vital to business success.
Now that we’re almost two months into 2015, you may have fallen off the path towards meeting your personal New Year’s resolution. If you own a business, there’s still more than three quarters left in the fiscal year to hit your financial goals.
Sometimes old good ideas make the best new ideas and that’s what we are currently witnessing with the resurgence of mobile businesses. Today, what started as a food truck renaissance has now spread to a wide range of commercial activities.
In today’s business climate the connected customers are seen as people who are highly educated and technologically social and mobile. A study was commissioned by Kitewheel and was conducted by the independent research firm Strategic Marketing Research, Inc. in 2014 to study ongoing efforts by companies to reach their connected customers individually.
There’s no doubt that your business should be diving into the world of universal payments. I want to take a little step back this time out and look at the broader issue of “universal payments,” which for my purposes will be mobile card readers and mobile wallets.
We recently discussed the broad implementation of enterprise mobility standards for small and medium businesses. Today we’re going a little more in depth into the specific challenges enterprise mobility presents to business owners, managers, and IT decision-makers.
Have you noticed all the one-page websites that seem to be taking over the Internet? They have the advantage that they don’t require any clicking on the part of the user, which leads to wait times while pages load.
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