The Clover Go is a versatile smartphone credit card processing option from one of the world’s largest processors, First Data. It allows you to accept payments wherever your business takes you.
A moderate price and being one of the first available EMV-ready terminals helped give Verifone’s vx520 credit card machine a pretty good lead in the switch to EMV-capable equipment. Businesses that don’t need a full point-of-sale system may find the countertop terminal to be a good solution for accepting cards.
Stripe, Inc. – more commonly just Stripe, and sometimes called Stripe Payments – gets a lot of attention as an easy-to-integrate solution for accepting online payments. But how do you know if it’s a good choice for your business?
Heartland Payment Systems is a large credit card processor, currently processing more than 11 million transactions for over 300,000 businesses and schools every day. The company has a particular focus on servicing the restaurant and food industry, but can accommodate many types of businesses.
Central Payment, which also goes by CPAY, is a “joint venture” with payment processor TSYS. Headquartered in California, it offers payment processing services to businesses all across the United States. Curious if it’s a good fit for your business? This overview will go through the company’s services, equipment options, reviews, and more.
Simple, straightforward payment processing: that’s what Forte Payment Systems is claiming as its strength. But is there more to this company than its unassuming website suggests? What can you really expect to pay for its service? Along with helpful industry insights, this Forte Payment Systems review and profile will give you objective information regarding its service, pricing, and reputation.