Credit Card Processing Tips and Tricks

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APS Payments is a Guest Speaker on TJ Gamble’s eCommerceAholic Livestream

By Brian Nunes on Jun 27, 2019 9:11:30 AM

Coming soon to a screen near you: watch the live stream on B2C and B2B eCommerce payments with Jeff Kohl from APS Payments this Friday, June 28th at 3pm EST

Opening an eCommerce business or online store is exciting; even more exciting is accepting the very first payment. The world of eCommerce credit card processing can be difficult for new merchants to navigate and even eCommerce experts can use a refresher on the best payment processing for their needs. 

Luckily, expert eCommerce advice with TJ Gamble just got even better! Coming up later this week, the eCommerceaholic himself and master of how to “get more from your eCommerce store” will be cohosting a livestream on ecommerce website payment options, best practices, and the best online payment methods for businesses of all sizes. 

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Savings and Security with Magento B2B eCommerce Integrated Payments

By Brian Nunes on May 9, 2019 1:58:15 PM

APS Payments is a Magento Technology Partner and we recently launched our Magento eCommerce card processing integration.  We will be a Silver Sponsor at Magento Imagine, on May 13-15, 2019.  Schedule time to learn more at the event, or stop by APS Payments booth #101 when you are in Las Vegas!    

The APS Payments solution is seamlessly integrated with Magento to lower your transaction costs and increase your security.  The Magento eCommerce credit card integration is simple and free with the APS Payments Extension for Magento 2.  Merchants who install this extension will have the ability to enable the APS Payment Gateway as a payment method. This payment method can be used on Magento’s front-end checkout page as well as within the Magento 2 Customer Profile screen to accept administration level payments.

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Why B2B Payments Should be a Priority for Your Business

By Liz Anderson on Apr 25, 2019 1:41:11 PM

Historically, business-to-business (B2B) orders have been made over the phone or in person, and a paper invoice would be issued for payment.  Payment would typically not be captured until a month or so later.  Once payment was finally received via the mail, it would usually take a few more days to process and apply it.  This whole process from start to finish could take anywhere from one to three months.  Today, B2B customers expect real-time transactions and ease of placing orders like they do in the B2C world.  Forrester Research said 93 percent of wholesales buyers prefer to buy online.  As a business, you should want to make B2B payments a priority as well, so you can increase your customer satisfaction, and have the added benefits of increasing your cash flow. 

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