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Restaurant Point of Sale (POS) Systems in Denver

September 20th, 2023

Denver’s diverse restaurant scene is booming, and behind the scenes, there’s an essential tool that helps these eateries run smoothly – the restaurant Point of Sale (POS) system. Whether you’re running a cozy cafe, a bustling bistro, or a trendy food truck, having the right POS system can make a world of difference. In this
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How B2B Companies Are Beating Inflation

How B2B Companies Are Beating Inflation

August 22nd, 2022

How B2B companies are beating inflation might surprise you. Traditional wisdom is to avoid accepting credit card payments if you are running a B2B company. In large part, I agree, especially if you accept credit card payments past 30-days. However, making one slight adjustment in your payment terms can be a game changer. How? If
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The Right POS System for a Growing Small Business

November 25th, 2019

I was recently approached by a small business owner who has seen really great growth over the last 18 months and considering moving away from Square as her point-of-service (POS) system. When the business first started Square was the convenient option, but now it made sense for her to make the move away from Square
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Starting Your eCommerce Business

October 13th, 2019

As consumers turn towards eCommerce to purchase their goods, small businesses continue to expand their footprint in the online marketplace. Of course, Amazon and Etsy offer great options for sellers, but WordPress, Squarespace, and others platforms like them are making eCommerce more approachable for those looking to market and sell a variety of products. However,
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What Does It Mean To Be a High-Risk Merchant?

June 30th, 2019

Let’s start off by defining what it means to be a merchant account at all. When you start a business, you must get approval from a bank or other financial institution that allows you to accept debit and credit card transactions. Until this happens, you’re a cash-only business, and in this day and age, that
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Payment Processing for Restaurants: So Much More Than Credits Cards

June 21st, 2019

Are you a bar or restaurant owner or General Manager along the Colorado Front Range? If so, congratulations. You’re a part of one of the most dynamic food and beverage scenes on this side of the Mississippi River. Denver is a western center of diversity, culture, art, and craft goods, all of which you get
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5 Benefits of Using The SoftPoint System In Your Small Business

May 20th, 2019

When it comes to your small business, you’ve worked hard to create an operation that runs smoothly, provides customers with an exceptional experience, and provides something that your competitors can’t offer. At Rocky Mountain Credit Card in Denver, we get it, because we’ve done the exact same things to build our business. Today, we’ll take
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Finding the Right POS- What to Consider

January 8th, 2019

When trying to find the right POS system for your business, there is quite a bit to consider. Probably the most obvious and first asked question would be how much? There are POS solutions that are absolutely free up front, which is great for the merchant who does not want to spend thousands or one
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Flat Rate Pricing: The Best Solution?

December 19th, 2018

One of the biggest complaints that are heard on the streets from merchants to their credit card processing companies is that they don’t understand their statements and there are too many fees. There are the “rates”, but then there are numerous transaction fees, authorization fees, PCI fees, annual fees, dues and assessments and more! Many
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Helping Customers to Become More Self-Serve

December 5th, 2018

Customers want convenience. They want fast! They want efficient. This comes to all part of the process and the sales transaction. In the payment processing world, there are many ways that you can help improve your customer experience and also make your employees time easier and make an overall better flow. Let’s start with the
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