Archive for category: diy biz-operations

Merchant Account Checkup

With years of experience behind you, your business should be running like a well-oiled machine. That’s not always the case. As a business continues to grow, the owners sometimes get so tied up in the day-to-day activities that they forget to st...

Introducing PTS Paynow: Accept credit cards anywhere on Your iphone, android, blackberry or tablet.

Accept Credit Cards Anywhere On Your Smartphone or Tablet Swipe credit cards anywhere and get paid Now! Say “YES” I accept credit cards! With PTS PayNow: Take control of how you SELL your merchandise. SELL with confidence. SELL with ease....

Sale On the Nurit 8020 GPRS Wireless Credit Card Machine

Over at MerchantPOS.net, http://merchantpos.net the Nurit 8020 GPRS Wireless credit card machine at $520.00, no coupon code required.

How To Cut Small Business Communication Costs Part I-Internet Connections

For many businesses, communication costs are eating up much of their profits. When you go to the phone company, asking for a business account automatically doubles your phone or internet bill. What these communication companies need to realize is tha...

Considerations When Choosing Your Local Bank As Your Merchant Account Processor

In business, How do you choose your vendors? This is a very important aspect of running your business because the right vendor will help you succeed, the wrong vendor will help you fail. When it comes to accepting credit cards, it is vital that you c...

Credit Card Terminal Review: Hypercom Optimum T4210

Hypercom Optimum T4210 The Hypercom Optimum T4210 Credit card terminal is a part of Hypercom’s  new optimum credit card terminal line.  It is a small (3.6 in (w) x 8.1 in (l) x 2.3 in (h)) good looking credit card terminal with a black case, bi...

Open Source Business Management-Customer Management

In this series, I will focus on specific open source software you can use to manage your customers. Let’s face it, we are currently in a pretty deep recession, or economic downturn (what ever you want to call it) the point is all over the count...