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One for you, one for your customer. Meet the Payanywhere Smart PINPad Pro.

By Ryan Gibbons on

In the last year it’s become clear that your business needs to be able to adapt when the way of doing business changes. We want to help you with that. Meet this year’s new power couple, the Smart PINPad Pro. 

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Free same day funding for every Payanywhere Smart Solution merchant!

By Ryan Gibbons on

At Payanywhere, we’re committed to helping you and your business achieve success. That’s why we’re now offering you free same day funding when you sign up to accept payments on any of our Payanywhere Smart Solutions.

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Business tips

No holds, delays, or headaches: The benefits of next day or same day funding.

By Ryan Gibbons on

Fortunately, recent changes have allowed for the implementation of next day or even same day funding that can keep the cash flowing into your merchant account. 

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7 reasons you should update your POS system in the new year.

By Jereme Sanborn on

The new year is the perfect time to examine things, keep what works, and discard or upgrade what is no longer effective. This “taking stock” process also applies to your business procedures and equipment, particularly when it comes to your point of sale (POS) system.

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Business tips

Using your POS system to improve inventory management.

By Ryan Gibbons on

When you stop to think about it, you realize your point of sale system is a modern miracle. Give your POS solution its proper due and place it at the hub of your small business, and you can say goodbye to many of those tedious tasks that once tied you to your desk long after business hours. 

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Payanywhere tips

Ensuring your workers and your customers are safe this holiday season.

By Ryan Gibbons on

The holidays are right around the corner. This usually means increased sales, more foot traffic, and busier stores. No matter the year, November and December call for you to have sound strategies in place to handle the increased demands of consumers. Of course, 2020 presents additional challenges given the COVID-19 situation, forcing business owners to be even more creative than in years past.

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Payanywhere tips

Tips for cleaning your Smart Terminal.

By Joshua Griffin on
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Payanywhere tips

Sending invoices with Payanywhere.

By Shaun Burke on

Stop chasing your customers for payments and start sending invoices from Payanywhere Inside. Invoices allow your customers to pay on their own time through a secure payments page instead of needing to make a phone call or visiting your place of business. They even have the option to set up autopay for recurring invoices!

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Payanywhere tips

Offline Transactions: PayAnywhere Keeps Your Business Running at All Times

By Shaun Burke on

At PayAnywhere, we realize that business never stops. You are constantly working to grow and maximize your business. Operating at the speed of business is critical, and being able to continue to accept payments – even if the internet is down – can be the difference between your customer purchasing with you or going elsewhere.

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Payanywhere tips

Manage Employees with PayAnywhere and Homebase

By Shaun Burke on

Now, new PayAnywhere merchants can save time on employment management with our new time clock and scheduling features. Our latest version integrates with Homebase, which helps thousands of businesses across the U.S. streamline workforce management via cloud-based software tools.

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Payanywhere tips

Send an invoice with PayAnywhere

By Shaun Burke on

One of the latest updates to PayAnywhere brings a welcome addition to the PayAnywhere app and the Business section of PayAnywhere Inside. You can now easily create and send your customers an invoice. Here's how to do so:

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Business tips

No holds, delays, or headaches: The benefits of next day or same day funding.

By Ryan Gibbons on

Fortunately, recent changes have allowed for the implementation of next day or even same day funding that can keep the cash flowing into your merchant account. 

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Business tips

7 reasons you should update your POS system in the new year.

By Jereme Sanborn on

The new year is the perfect time to examine things, keep what works, and discard or upgrade what is no longer effective. This “taking stock” process also applies to your business procedures and equipment, particularly when it comes to your point of sale (POS) system.

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Business tips

Using your POS system to improve inventory management.

By Ryan Gibbons on

When you stop to think about it, you realize your point of sale system is a modern miracle. Give your POS solution its proper due and place it at the hub of your small business, and you can say goodbye to many of those tedious tasks that once tied you to your desk long after business hours. 

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Business tips

Why it's even more important this year to keep your customers safe during cold and flu season.

By Jereme Sanborn on

This is the time of year when you start to be inundated with ads for remedies for everything from the sniffles to stomach viruses. As the temperatures fall, cases of colds and flu inevitably rise. This year, as we simultaneously confront the most lethal global pandemic since the 1918 Spanish flu, customer safety is even more important than ever.

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Business tips

3 New Year's resolutions to help your small business thrive.

By Jereme Sanborn on

Okay, we get it: There hasn’t been a lot to smile about in recent months. However, all of this doom and gloom just might mean that good things, including prosperity for your small business, are right around the corner. Why not kick 2020 to the curb by coming up with some positive resolutions that just might make a huge difference for your small business in 2021?

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8 ways to help your restaurant customers feel safe during COVID-19.

By Ryan Gibbons on

Virtually overnight, the coronavirus brought the restaurant industry to its knees. As the weeks and months slowly trudge forward, restaurateurs have been forced to either become adaptable and nimble or risk shuttering their operations. If you feel as if your eatery is struggling, there is no time like the present to take as much control as possible over your future.