Credit card is an alternative means of payment which makes payment very convenient, especially online payment. With a credit card, you can slim your bulky wallet . Indeed, most of the time, what you need is merely a cardholder. That being said, the temptation to pay instantly with credit cards can be very hard to resist.
For companies that accept credit and debit card payments, a breach of confidential customer data is among the most serious risks they face. Failure to protect data leads to financial costs, customer defections and loss of reputation all of which affect bottom line and public perception.“Tokenization” is a super-buzzy payments term and what it does is pretty simple adds an extra level of security to sensitive credit card data.
In an environment of growing competition for small businesses, establishing processes around cost controls and spending visibility is an integral part of the path to profitability. Investors, regulators and long-term customers have expectations and demand for more disciplined spending in the relevant areas and growth oriented businesses are now turning to credit cards (commercial and personal) to help with their expense management process.
According to PRNewswire.com, virtual card payments make up 50% of all B2B payments. Suppliers are accepting virtual card payments now more than ever before, but many still rely on outdated payment methods because they believe the fees don’t outweigh the benefits. Despite the most common objections for refusing to accept card payments, virtual cards offer clear benefits suppliers simply can’t ignore.
Small and medium sized business owners often will face this question when they have achieved a certain level of scale, and are considering options to finance their continued growth.
82% of businesses fail due to poor cash flow management. Especially If you are a new SME (where cash management is especially challenging), it should be a key area of focus as you get your business up and running.
As a nation with a relatively smaller domestic population, Singapore businesses have always thrived on being able to enter global markets. This ongoing trend of internationalisation is largely driven by Singapore’s advancements in innovation