PaymentSpring customers can now add payments to their websites within minutes. They need only log in to their dashboard, answer a few questions to customize their form or button and then copy/paste the code to their website with zero coding skill required.
Processing credit card payments and ACH deposits with ease, via a system that’s easy to set up and with real people ready to support you when you need it is more rare than it should be. That’s what inspired PaymentSpring to develop a smart and simplified alternative to “big box” payment processing services. At PaymentSpring, nonprofit and business partners are experiencing the best of both worlds—quality product AND quality service.
As hard as it is to believe, 2017 is wrapping up. While we’re excited for what 2018 has in store, we can’t help but look back fondly on what we accomplished this year. There was a little something for everyone…
Last year #GivingTuesday donations reached $177 million. Here are our best tips for your nonprofit to accept more donations on November 28.
We're always coming up with brand-new ideas, but sometimes innovation is about using existing solutions in different ways. When PaymentSpring’s Jason Butts set up credit card payments for a produce stand at an auction, he had no idea what he was in for.
Nonprofits have enough work to do without having to wrestle with payment problems. Andrew gets it.
You may be fluent in the language of PCI DSS, but what you may not know is what it means for you. Whether you’re a software provider, a small business or a nonprofit, here’s what you need to know about card data security.
Imagine, if you will, a world where community foundations can host nonprofit giving days without losing tens of thousands of dollars in credit card and vendor fees.
Play the long game. If that’s the only thing you take away from this post, it will have been worth the read. We all understand there are several things you can do to increase your nonprofit donations, and event registrations or enrollment for that matter. But your first steps must be foundational. Here are four actions to consider and implement as soon as possible:
Look around you. Look at what you’ve created! An organization that makes it as simple as possible for folks to tap into what you’re offering. And whatever it is you’re selling, servicing or advocating for, we’re here to tell ya—you can accept more simplicity too.