A year after designing the Clover POS System, Clover Network Inc. and its parent company First Data Corporation worked closely with Apple Inc. to prepare for the launch of Apple Pay in October 2014.
Conceptually similar to PayPal and Google Wallet, Apple Pay allows certain Apple mobile device users to make payments at retail stores and checkout online. This procedure incorporates the use of mobile money – an alternative form of financially regulated payment that allows users to pay for goods via mobile phones.
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More and more businesses are moving towards a wireless credit card terminal. They can be extremely efficient and can help your business run smoother and faster. Because more businesses are moving towards a wireless credit card solution, many customers are coming to expect this as an option. When a business does not offer a wireless payment option, it gives the customer the feeling that the business is behind the times. So whether or not you decide to completely transform the entire payment process of your business or to just dip your toe in the water with a mobile merchant account, there is no better time than the present to try out a wireless credit card terminal. So here now is a list to give you the basics of what to look for in a wireless credit card terminal.
The first thing to look for in a wireless credit card terminal and merchant account is portability. When you set up your merchant account and begin offering a wireless terminal option, you will want a terminal that is light and easy to tote. What is the point of a wireless solution if it’s so clunky you just leave by the regular terminal anyway? Make sure the device is small enough that carrying it around is not at all cumbersome.
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