Providers need solutions to help keep their practices on track by improving payment assurance, patient satisfaction and practice efficiency. Payment processing with TransFirst® can help providers meet their most critical needs.
Have you heard the term “Internet of Things”? If you haven’t yet, you’re not alone according to a 2014 survey done by an e-commerce and digital marketing consultancy firm. Eighty-seven percent of consumers polled for the study were not familiar with Internet of Things (IoT). It’s a phrase that refers to the phenomenon of previously unconnected everyday objects (such as cars, consumer electronics and in-home appliances) embedded with sensors and computing power that enables digital access and control from anywhere — on a variety of devices including mobile, desktop and tablets.
In the last decade our lives have become increasingly mobile and technology continues to evolve to meet consumer demands and serve the mobile masses. Many businesses have found success by adding flexibility and convenience at the point of sale.
When you are running a successful business and things are going well, you may not want to think about what could go wrong, but to protect your investment you should focus on business security and disaster preparedness. Security is the foundation of all electronic transaction processing and TransFirst® is also committed to helping you keep your business safe.
The more compliant you are with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS), the less likely you are to suffer a data breach, is a key takeaway of the Verizon 2015 PCI Compliance Report. Security needs to be a part of the culture of the organization — something that has been said for a while and emphasized in Version 3.0 of the PCI DSS, the Council’s updated data-security standard.