Companies are reminded each day that every business is now a technology business. That reality may not push your larger clients out of their comfort zones, but for most small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with little or no technical expertise, this is a challenging truth to face.
The pandemic, economic shutdowns, tech disruption, and evolving consumer behaviors created an environment ripe for retail industry change. After a year of uncertainty and adaptation, retailers are now looking for help from solutions providers to build their strategies for the new year. Below are some payment trends to keep in mind as you talk to merchants about their IT roadmaps for 2021.
The end of November is packed with some of the biggest shopping holidays of the year. From the long lines of Black Friday to the internet deals of Cyber Monday, the few days after Thanksgiving launch the official start to the holiday shopping season.
As a merchant agent, you typically don't make many changes to your clients' accounts as part of preparations for the holiday shopping season. However, 2020 has been far from typical. The retail industry is wrapping up a year of economic shutdowns, social distancing, and continual disinfecting to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
When it comes to helping small to mid-sized businesses compete and win, North American Bancard knows that cash flow is king. That’s why we’re pleased to announce that now through November 15th, when you board merchants on Payanywhere Smart Solutions, for the rest of 2020 they’ll get:
Help merchants who are open late avoid Next Day Funding cut times with Same Day Funding from North American Bancard. Same Day Funding is best suited for businesses that have extended hours, such as:
Thinking of cashing in on some of your residuals to free up capital? There’s never been better time than right now. That’s because here at North American Bancard, we’re currently offering our biggest upfront residual buyout ever!