Access - Opens up your business to the whole market and not just those carrying cash - start taking card payments.
Impulse - Gives the consumer the ability to make a spontaneous purchase, one they may have not originally budgeted for.
Retention - Gives your customer more options, therefore making it easier for them to make repeat purchases–whether face to face or virtually.
Current - Keeps you up to date with the latest technologies and trends, whilst utilising popular methods of payment such as contactless pay available as part of your merchant card services.
Which card payment device is best for me?
Traditional merchant service countertop terminal, plugged in and fixed to one position.
Sits in a base unit, however can be wirelessly moved within a certain radius. Connected by the Bluetooth, used commonly in the hospitality industry.
Mobile merchant services mean you're not restricted by Wi-Fi or plug points, able to run off GPRS anywhere your business requires.
Giving you the ability to take CNP (customer not present) payments via the telephone.
A CNP (customer not present) option, there is no physical terminal. Customers will pay on a pay page or through a virtual terminal to securely process payments.
We know that today more people are using their card rather than cash to pay for products and services. Accepting cards allows you to up-sell and cross-sell your services. Don't restrict your business to only individuals carrying cash.
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