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In the age of choice, where customers can shop anywhere and anytime, providing a great in-store experience is key for brick-and-mortar retailers. Delighting the customer is one of the best ways to create additional revenue; happy customers are more likely to return,...read more
We recently had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing Kiri Scott, the inspirational young entrepreneur behind Freddy’s Coffee, a freshly launched Bay of Plenty business. She talked to us about her experience setting up EFTPOS for the first time:
“Initially I had no idea about the process of getting set up with EFTPOS, but working with Smartpay meant I was able to relax at my first few big events knowing I had a reliable payment solution.
It was reassuring to know that I had the Smartpay team at the end of the phone for any questions I had!”read more
Learn how Weekend Max Mara offers their Chinese customers a better customer experience and familiar way of payment by accepting Alipay and WeChat Pay payments.read more
If you’re thinking about selling your business, or you’re in the process already, your existing EFTPOS contract is probably the last thing on your mind.
Learn how you can transfer your EFTPOS solution with Smartpay.read more
Last week Marty Pomeroy, Smartpay Director and Chief Operating Officer, joined Mark Sainsbury on Radio Live to discuss Alipay and WeChat Pay and how Kiwi businesses can benefit from accepting QR payments.
Listen to the audio clip here.read more
If you are processing or storing credit card information in your business, you are responsible for card data security. Here are a few tips to keep your business and customer’s credit card data secure.read more
Smartpay presents “Grow your China business with Alipay and WeChat Pay” Join us at these free seminars to learn more about Alipay and WeChat Pay – what they are, how they work and how accepting them could make your business more attractive to Chinese...read more
Chinese consumers are the world’s biggest and most-engaged users of social media, but this wasn’t always the case. The country was a late-comer to social networks and just 10 years ago its internet penetration rate was still under 20%. This meant most...read more