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Lead Story

Financing options proliferate in payments sphere


Industry Update

It's a Square world after all

Patent infringement ruling favors card brands

PCI SSC releases encryption update

NY attorney general files suit against POS leasing firm

Trade Association News


Harnessing the power of questions

The art of social media speak

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

What prepaid can learn from the EPA

Plastic Jungle unlocks new meaning of money


Mobile technology and the acquiring chain

Mustafa Shehabi
PayCube Inc.


Street SmartsSM:
How to avoid that 'What just happened?' moment

Jeff Fortney
Clearent LLC

Experts reveal their social media strategies

Peggy Bekavac Olson
Strategic Marketing

Ace your sales interview

Alan Kleinman
Meritus Payment Solutions

Don't let your processor do this to you

Adam Atlas
Attorney at Law

Are you leaving your mark on merchants?

Steve Norell
US Merchant Services Inc.

New Products

Award-winning network security system

Phoenix PaySecure
Phoenix Managed Networks

Loyalty packs a punch

vPunch Rewards
vPromos Inc.


Go with the tech flow


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Go with the tech flow

Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
- Arthur C. Clark

It is clear technology has brought us a long way from the payments industry's early days of manual "knuckle busters" used to imprint credit card data on receipts at the POS. It's also clear technology will continue to transform the sophisticated electronic payment devices and networks our businesses employ.

That means people who can take advantage of new technology as it becomes available have an advantage over those who resist the changes technological advancements will bring. If you're an early adopter who can't wait for each latest and greatest terminal upgrade or mobile payment scheme, you don't have anything to worry about. But if you feel you're more befuddled than enthralled with each new release, don't give up. You can remedy the situation.

Learning time

Here are some suggestions:

Technology will continue to evolve. The more you master it, the better you will serve your merchant customers and retain their business for a long time to come.

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