E-Complish Blog

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4 Basic Credit Card Acceptance Methods

This overview will help you navigate the most convenient route from your customers’ credit cards to your business bank account. Explore transaction methods via point-of-sale (POS) systems, credit card terminals, mobile device card processors, and e-commerce checkouts.
Make 2 Key Decisions
First, you need to make two key decisions before deciding Read More

Outsourcing Payments Benefit Healthcare Providers

Handling payment processing internally is labor intensive, confusing, and costly. Using an external transaction vendor can reduce your health insurance agency, hospital, or medical office’s time and money while enhancing your patients’ billing and remittance experiences.

The secret to hassle-free outsourcing advantages involves choosing a transaction processer offering various payment Read More

Empower Mobile Payments to Optimize Sales

Are you looking for clever modern ways to boost sales? Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets enable easy customer payments. Key users are young adults aged 18 to 34, but other generations are adopting this convenient method. Among 4,000 North American shoppers, 52 percent of millennials and 40 Read More

ACH System Automates Government Check Processing

Want a better way for your local or county government public works like utility departments to receive checks from customers? Use the Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network that combines financial institutions with processing systems as an intermediary to facilitate payment acceptance. This computer-based resource transfers nearly 22 billion annual Read More

E-Complish E-Signature Readability an Asset for Small-Business Growth

Mobile Payment Processing Leader Helps Increase Efficiency & Reduce Chargebacks and ACH Returns
 

New York, NY., April 17, 2017 – With tax season here, millions of businesses large and small are scrambling to complete their annual filing or at the very least, plan for an extension. Bemoaned and bothered by the Read More