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Will Bahrain-based PayTabs be able to Facilitate India's Small and Medium Merchants?

In India, PayTabs has its offices in Hyderabad, Delhi and Mumbai and is currently focusing to expand its market in the B2B segment

Aashika Jain

6 Trends Impacting the Future of Payments

Blockchain. Cryptocurrencies. Mobile payments: The internet of things: Fintech has sure got its hands full.

Jonathan Long

6 Hacks for Getting Clients to Pay You Faster

Almost everybody pays eventually but almost nobody pays sooner than they have to. That's a problem.

John Rampton

3 Steps to Build the Next Great App

Even online, you get one chance to make a good first impression. Your mobile storefront has to meet user expectations the first time.

Linda Tong

The Future of Mobile Payments for Small Business Owners

Today, 95 percent of Americans own a cellphone and 77 percent of those are smartphones. Mobile phone users will likely climb to almost 5 billion by 2020.

John Rampton

#5 Key Features of Tez App That Will Attract all Entrepreneurs

The cash-mode feature enables payment to another Tez user without having to share bank account details or phone number

Nidhi Singh

15 Surprising Benefits of Mobile Invoicing

Making payment easy for customers increases sales, encourages people to pay bills sooner and lowers your costs.

John Rampton

9 Crucial Tips to Protect Your Small Business From Credit Card Fraud

Vigilance and readily available security tools can keep fraud losses to a minimum.

John Rampton

What the Global Marketplace Can Teach U.S. Entrepreneurs About the Future of Payments

The world is already using payment tech that will disrupt American businesses next.

Jeffrey Sloan

India's Payment Man Says He will Stick to His Forte

Vijay Shekhar Sharma has launched yet another product for Indian customers called Digital Gold

How Digital Wallets and Mobile Payments Are Evolving and What It Means for You

Digital payments are clearly the wave of the future but people will likely be using familiar folding money for awhile longer.

John Rampton

This Power Couple is Recharging Each Others' Lives

Currently Bipin is the majority shareholder in the business followed by Upasana.