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The COVID-19 health crisis has forced dental practices to examine and implement procedures that provide for safe and healthy interactions between staff and patients. According to a recent survey from Visa, nearly 80% of consumers worldwide have changed how they pay in order to reduce contact and are rewarding businesses that take COVID-19 safety measures seriously.READ MORE
Toyota Pasadena opened its doors over two decades ago. As a family-owned business, everyone who works there strives to make customers feel welcome. They take pride in delivering customer satisfaction built on a solid and trusted relationship.READ MORE
Welcome to PJ University, where we teach you how to use PayJunction like a pro. Today, we’d like to introduce an enhanced security feature: secure manual key entry. This new feature has two benefits: 1) it reduces the chance of hackers gaining access to cardholder data, and 2) it simplifies the annual Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance validation process, which varies depending on the types of networks, systems and processes you have in place.READ MORE
Running a veterinary practice is stressful: no two days are the same. The more that office staff can do to streamline operations, the more time is available to focus on the medical and emotional needs of animals and their families.READ MORE
Park West Veterinary Associates is an independent small animal general practice that has been serving the community of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina since 2003. They operate 2 businesses co-located in one building: a wellness, therapy and surgery center, and a boarding and day care facility. The practice employs 45 caretakers, including 7 veterinarians.READ MORE
Businesses and Consumers Adopting Contactless Payments The crisis caused by the coronavirus has resulted in behavioral changes in how we pay for goods and services. The psychological factor of people deeming cash “unsanitary” — coupled with the perceived higher risk of spreading germs when handing over cards and receipts or touching screens and buttons — has business owners searching for solutions that limit physical interactions.READ MORE