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How Much Does A POS System Cost?

A point of sale system is a major investment for any retail or restaurant business, and not one you should undertake lightly. Your POS is what allows you to take payments, and any issues with your point of sale can potentially impact your bottom line. An unreliable POS system might not let you accept payments […]

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Apr 24, 2018 Filed under: Point of Sale 5
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Best Small Business POS Software For 2019

POS systems (that’s point of sale, for the uninitiated) have undergone some major innovations in the past few years. The biggest of these changes include the move of many systems “to the cloud” and the emergence of mobile POS systems. While Square is probably the best-known mobile POS, it is fairly basic and works best […]

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Apr 11, 2018 Filed under: Point of Sale 0
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Franchise Management Software: 10 Great POS Systems For Franchises

From Dairy Queen to The Athlete’s Foot, more franchise businesses are moving their point of sale systems to the cloud, and for good reason. Franchises large and small have unique requirements that modern cloud POS systems are well equipped to meet. Specifically, POS’s for franchises need: Web-based reporting to collect and share sales data on […]

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Mar 19, 2018 Filed under: Point of Sale 3
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How To Find A Startup Grant

Startups are inherently risky endeavors. According to Fortune Magazine, close to 60% of new startups fail. Because new businesses are so risky, it is notoriously difficult to obtain startup financing — most banks won’t lend to you unless you’ve been in business at least two years. While some online lenders offer startup loans, startup grants are […]

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Feb 15, 2018 Filed under: Business Grants, Business Loans 0
online installment loans

3 Ways For Businesses To Find Online Installment Loans

Online installment loans are a fast and simple means of obtaining financing for millions of small businesses. These quick cash infusions serve a wide range of business uses, from debt refinancing to working capital. Unlike some other types of financing, installment loans (also sometimes called “term loans”) have a traditional and easy-to-understand structure; you’ll receive a […]

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Feb 12, 2018 Filed under: Business Loans 0
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5 Online Loan Companies That Won’t Screw You Over

Online loans make it fast and easy to fund your small business. For business owners with bad credit or who haven’t been in operation very long, obtaining a loan from a traditional bank is very difficult; non-traditional lending institutions can be a godsend for these borrowers. Unfortunately, certain online loan companies take advantage of cash-strapped startups […]

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Jan 7, 2018 Filed under: Business Loans 0

Shopify VS Big Cartel

A cloud-based shopping cart for the masses, I would consider Shopify (see our review) nothing less than a legend in the world of eCommerce. Shopify is the little Canadian start-up that could. They initially advertised their SaaS product by word of mouth and started earning a profit by 2008, three years after the company’s founding. Today, […]

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Jan 3, 2018 Filed under: eCommerce 7
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Top Small Business Loan Rates Compared

Comparing small business loan rates is no simple task. Firstly, there is more than one rate you need to compare; you’ve got the interest rate or factor rate, of course, but there is also the APR, the origination fee, and sometimes other fees as well. Also, as you probably already suspect, not all borrowers are offered the same […]

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Jun 30, 2017 Filed under: Business Loans 0

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