While most entrepreneurs think that hackers only go after large, Fortune 500 companies, the reality is, it’s the exact opposite.
Think about it…
Large corporations invest millions of dollars on security. They have full departments, filled with full time employees, running multi million dollar software programs dedicated to keeping them safe.
What do you have in place today?
We have seen cases where small businesses had viruses installed in their systems for years before they were detected, ending up in thousands and thousands of dollars in lost revenue and almost killing the business.
At DreamSource, we are experts at setting up customized payment solutions using the most cutting edge technology available today. Although we pride ourselves in being a boutique style firm that provides unequaled personal service, we use the same network that the big boys like Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and CitiBank use. In fact, our network processed over a trillion dollars last year in electronic payments and has never had a security breach since its inception over 40 years ago.
While you are probably thinking what you have in place is doing fine, there is always room for improvement. In the last 12 months alone, we have helped almost 200 successful businesses around the country become more efficient in the way they get paid for their goods and services.
We have done from simple reprogramming of their existing system, to complete upgrades resulting in the most cutting edge systems on the market. This has always translated into an increase in security, speed, simplicity and reliability. Of course if things go wrong, you can always count on our award winning 24/7 technical support.
You are probably thinking this sounds pretty expensive…
The best part is increased efficiency, results in a decrease in cost. In most cases we are able to design a fully upgraded system with the best hardware and software including technologies like Google Wallet, and Apple Pay without any upfront costs and an average of over 21% in savings over current costs.
So, what are you waiting for?
With increased efficiency comes a decrease in cost.