Good user experience (UX) is critical, but how much can a poor e-commerce user experience cost you sales? According to research, well-designed sites can see more than 200% higher visit-to-order conversion rates than poorly designed ones.
Every company's needs vary greatly, but one thing stays constant: payment processing is required. However, as consumers, we may not give much thought to the complexities of payment processing.
You're well on your way after pressing a button, swiping a card, or transferring funds. On the business backend, however, payment processing can be a complex requirement that necessitates the use of a well-designed, secure, and efficient fintech solution.
What is a successful visit to your business’s website? Do you want people to stay and read? Place an order? Request a quote? Unless you know what you want a visitor to do when they come to your site, you and your web development team will have no way to know when it is successful.
If you are considering an upgrade to your business’s ecommerce website, cybersecurity is probably on your list of concerns. Find out how multi-factor authentication can help protect your consumers, and your company’s bottom line.
If your company relies on eCommerce, online PCI compliance is a key part of making business run smoothly. But the process of becoming PCI compliant can seem technical, complicated, and often overwhelming. Here are 10 top tips you can do right now to get moving in the right direction.
PCI compliance is crucial for anyone accepting online orders and payments on their company website. Many small business owners assume their online payment system is secure and protected, but cybersecurity is hardly a "set it up and forget about it" proposition.
PCI Compliance Is Too Big to Ignore
When it comes to online security regarding customer information many small business owners either:
Are you considering accepting online orders and payments on your company's website? As e-commerce becomes an increasingly common way to sell products and services, many small businesses are interested in creating an online store. However, taking your customers' credit card information online carries inherent risk for your company. If credit card fraud occurs and it is determined that your website is not PCI compliant, the cost could put your company out of business.