Category Archives: General

4 Ways to Market Your Small Business

Native to the Round Rock community, we serve to meet our customers’ expectations as well as demonstrate social responsibility. In doing so, we must consider the cost of promoting and growing our brand. As a small business, we strive to reach potential clients that will benefit from choosing CynergyData as their credit card processor. We reach new audiences in these four ways. Continue reading

2017 in Review

This past year was one for the books for everyone at CynergyData Texas — both in business and our charitable involvement. It is our goal to continue to offer unparalleled service to our customers and our community. We believe we accomplished this in 2017 after receiving feedback from several happy small business owners and by being a part of numerous community events that were undoubtedly a success! Continue reading

Protect Your Customers In-Store and Online

When customers choose to spend money with your business, they do so with the trust that their private financial information will remain secure. Whether the majority of business is conducted in-store or online, there are industry best practices for both types of transactions. We’ll run through a few of the most important suggestions when it comes to protecting your customers’ financial information. Continue reading

Introducing the Clover Flex

At CynergyData Texas, we offer our customers the industry’s leading credit card processing equipment. As your merchant service provider and financial partner, it is our goal to ensure your business has everything it needs to succeed. As new point-of-sales systems become available, we will assess if implementing these new solutions is a worthwhile option for your business. Continue reading

5 Ways to Create a Relaxed Environment for Holiday Shoppers

According to a recent Holiday Shopping Survey from Accenture, “consumers are bargain hunting for their holiday haul all year round” and “are less inclined to shop on traditional peak holiday shopping days this year and more likely to search for and buy the best bargains online than in stores.” What does this mean for small business owners? This doesn’t mean it’s time to take all of your efforts online and close up shop. Rather, it’s an opportunity to cater to your customers and offer a unique shopping experience that is anything but stressful and frenzied. Continue reading