Your eftpos transaction fee is like a tax of every sale. But it can be difficult to figure out what you’re paying and whether it’s a good rate. We clear up eftpos fee structures and help you understand exactly how much you should be paying in merchant fees.
The best restaurants use a combination of delivery platforms like Uber Eats and direct online ordering. We show you how to set up these systems, integrate them into your restaurant, and utilise them effectively to grow customers and increase profit margins.
Buy now pay later services grow sales, increase average basket size, and improve customer loyalty. Learn how to quickly and easily accept Afterpay and Zip Pay through your point-of-sale or eftpos machine.
Chargebacks can be an expensive and time-consuming headache for businesses. By understanding what chargebacks are, you can improve your chances of winning, save money, and shift your focus back to your business.
Eftpos terminology can sound like another language. But we’ve translated the jargon and identified the best eftpos features for saving money, offering a better customer experience, and reducing your admin burden.
If you’re running a business, then you need to accept tap-and-go payments. Not only could it save you in eftpos fees but it’s also customers’ preferred way to pay. Just make sure your eftpos provider offers least-cost-routing.
Eftpos is an important alternative to the Visa/MasterCard debit networks. It is cheaper for merchants, allows cash out, and is 100% Australian made. Learn how you can take advantage of it.
PC-EFTPOS (now called Linkly) integrates your EFTPOS machine with a point of sale. This allows for faster transactions, fewer keying errors, and easier reconciliation at the end of the day. In this article, we outline what PC-EFTPOS does, which merchants can use PC-EFTPOS, and the main features of the solution.