Newsletter | August 20, 2019

08.20.19 -- 5 Must-Have Mobile Payment Features For SMB Field Service Businesses

5 Must-Have Mobile Payment Features For SMB Field Service Businesses

Mobile payments, which streamline processes and improve customer experiences, can benefit any field service business. But small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) may experience the most significant impact from mobile payments — which may even be the reason they can stay in the black. Consider these five reasons to integrate payments with your field service clients’ mobile applications to provide the best value.

A 7-Step Application User Adoption Strategy That Works

The software applications you develop are, fundamentally, meant to be used. Your products will have little value to your B2B clients if their employees don’t use them. Following the seven steps outlined here will result in a higher level of user buy-in, more likelihood that users will take advantage of all software features, and increased value to your customers.

5 Keys To Retail ISV Growth

Retail ISV growth depends on more than developing simple tools for merchants to use at the checkout or that allow them to accept payments made on a smartphone. It requires a deep understanding of the industry and the ability to develop applications that help retailers execute their business strategies. Read this article to learn the five keys you need for understanding retail prior to developing a software application.

3 Types Of Field Service Businesses That Need Integrated Payments

Integrated payments, which eliminate having to enter data or reconcile credit card payments manually, can benefit field service organizations in a wide range of verticals. However, ISVs developing solutions for these three specific markets can add significant value by integrating payments with their applications.

6 Ways To Make Healthcare Payments More Convenient For Patient Payers

If you develop software applications for the healthcare vertical, you need to be mindful of a new challenge that your clients are facing. Instead of receiving payment primarily from insurers, healthcare providers are receiving a growing percentage of payments directly from patients.