A lot can happen in a decade. Heartland has had an exciting ride since its IPO in 2005. See where we’ve been…and where we’re going.
The liability shift deadline is less than three months away—and with all the conflicting information out there, it is hard for a business owner to understand what they are really supposed to do. Follow these steps to become EMV-ready.
Taco Bell, with the help of Heartland Commerce, put their product where their customers’ eyes are – their phones. Learn how they successfully created a mobile app that has customers spending more money than in the store.
National debate has followed Obamacare from the very start. Businesses must provide a certain level of insurance based on size, but the calculations can be complex. Here is your guide on navigating ACA.
Watch how SecureSubmit allows you to process payments online without having to store cardholder data on your servers—helping to minimize PCI scope and cost.
The October liability shift deadline is looming. Do you need to be concerned? Since every business is different, you must consider these factors before making the jump to EMV.
What you are required to pay your employees may change. No matter which side of the debate you are on, it is important to know how changing minimum-wage laws will affect your business.
Hackers are always figuring out new ways to get into your systems. If your business and guest Wi-Fi is left unprotected you could be giving them easy access to all of your data.
Smartphones are changing the expectations of your customers. Learn how mobile ordering can expand the walls of your restaurant, reaching consumers wherever they are.
Come July 1, 2015, small and large businesses alike operating in the Golden State will be required to comply with the new California Sick Pay law.