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Trading safe during COVID-19

We’ve put together some useful information for businesses during COVID-19 including tips on safe trading, an update on the Paymark terminal upgrades and Smartpay service & support. Find out more.

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Cleaning your EFTPOS terminal

We suggest cleaning your EFTPOS terminal more frequently than you normally would to help prevent the spread of any germs. The best way to clean your EFTPOS machine is with these 2 easy steps:   1. Dust off the keys and printer compartment with a micro-fibre cloth...

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Tips to help you prepare for the busy season

The festive season is a busy time of the year especially for small businesses in retail and hospitality. Preparing for the increase in foot traffic can sometimes be a little daunting, we have a few tips to help prepare for the season ahead.   Be one step ahead...

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Should your business accept credit card?

  Kiwis have always loved paying by card. Each of us make an average of 358 card transactions in a year. Since EFTPOS was introduced in mid 1980s it’s been the dominant way to pay here. But the tide is turning with credit card spending increasing. In 2015 we made...

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3 Tips for Creating a Smooth In-store Customer Experience

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,...

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