Point of sale machines & E-Commerce shops

 

Are you a business that has or is thinking about having Interac and debit payment solution? OR maybe an E-Commerce shop solution,  Here are some things to consider: 

  • How stable is your internet service? – Through many WiFi & Ethernet providers, I have worked for. In certain areas, we did not provide the internet that was supportive enough for certain businesses payment processing needs. Hit or miss internet services, should not set up payment processing machines! 
  • Does your customer flow warrant this solution? – Introduction phase businesses should avoid these solutions. If you have a large customer flow an E-Commerce solution can be fantastic. Or even just to better process your sales & product showcase. However… If you are setting up all of your business appointments, quotes, and sales yourself still at this point. Then maybe you do not need an E-Commerce solution. Companies still in a growth marketing phase may want to avoid paying E-Commerce fees while growing their social networks rather than piling expenses that can kill your business! 
  • How Supportive is your environment? – Some business environments don’t support WiFi & some areas barely support internet. If you are in an area with under developed wires or consistently down lines. The last thing you want is to start making your business rely on online solutions. The fact is the companies that provide your internet are not going to refund your business inconveniences when your service goes out! They are going to refund a partial payment of your service. So your internet service can become a detriment to your service which is why you must have a backup plan that is practical and affordable for when your internet goes down! 
  • How secure is your solution? – Is your solution being updated on time, has your Commerce solution had a hacking scandal recently? How was it addressed? 

Wal-Mart’s new T-shirt line.

Wal-Mart Uniform

 

Ashton Deroy Writes: The Toronto Star reported July 14th on Wal-Mart offending tons of indigenous people with this highly offensive T-Shirt. When asked about the T-Shirt to an anonymous Wal-Mart employee they said “That was on the shelf? That was supposed to be our new uniform.

That employee then went on to make Union conversation… So Wal-Mart, ATTACK!

The shirt really does offend because of indigenous children who were wrongfully moved from homes to residential school systems as apart of our society’s extensive cultural conformity.  This is wrong Wal-Mart because this shirt is making a joke out of a situation that was not funny! Bad Wal-Mart, VERY BAD WAL-MART! *Smack you on the nose with a Newspaper!” This is why I bought my coffee maker on something called “Amazon“.

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Wal-Mart is also planning to celebrate more cultural diversity by growing their T-Shirt line in months to come. With future classics such as: 

Black history month’s 

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“Escaped the Cotton Farm!” – A reference to the barbaric cotton farms slaves were and are still made to work in around the world. 

 

Pride Month T-Shirt

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“Can’t shock the gay out of me!”- A reference to how society used to try and cure homosexuals with electricity. Apparently, that will rewire you to the straight and narrow! 

Thank you for reading this blog, Wal-Mart I will see you in Hell! Byeee!