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Upgrade Your Auto Shop's POS System

Sekure is fortunate to be providing payment processing software to thousands of mechanics and repair shops across the nation. Among these merchants, the most popular credit card terminal is the Verifone Vx520. While this is an excellent machine and has served the purposes of these merchants well, it has just been announced that it has been discontinued.  This means that, while you’ll still be able to use it, you won’t be able to get assistance if you run into any problems.

How to Build an Innovative Loyalty Program

Have you ever thought about creating a loyalty program but didn’t because you thought it was too complicated? The fact is, you don’t need to be a Fortune 500 company to build and implement a slick solution. Loyalty programs have come a long way since the days of Subway stamps, with today’s businesses harnessing the latest digital technologies to drive engagement and sales. Here’s how you can be one of them.

The Future-Proofing Power of ESG in Construction

Public interest in ESG and environmental awareness has increased substantially during the pandemic. With so many Americans looking to purchase a new home or update their current spaces, construction companies who adopt ESG stances stay ahead of the curve and help build a more sustainable industry as well as more sustainable spaces.

An Overview of the SMB Vaccine Tax Credit

Vaccine hesitancy in the U.S., coupled with the Delta variant and ever-growing complacency about the virus, has led to a troublesome rise in COVID-19 cases of late. As of writing (mid-July 2021), The New York Times is reporting that cases in the last 14 days are up nearly 200%, while deaths have increased almost 44%. America’s once torrid vaccination pace has slowed to a trickle, and the consequences have been deadly.

America's Skilled Labor Shortage

About a year ago, the switch broke on my desk lamp. I’m not entirely sure how it happened, but the top half of the casing cracked off, exposing all the components inside. I discovered that I could still make the lamp work by turning the dial, and using a hair clip to manually connect the two metal parts to complete the electrical circuit – voila! Let there be light!

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