Changes In Your Business Offerings Means Changes In Your Products

Change happens. So now, more than ever, Canadian businesses are adapting, making their products and services available in ways that maintain customer safety, peace-of-mind, and convenience.

Changes In Your Business Offerings Means Changes In Your Products

Is your once dine-in only restaurant pivoting to delivery? Have you started selling your products/services online? That’s a lot of changes to your business practices, and with these changes comes changes in the type of hardware or software solutions you can use to help make the transition as smooth as possible for your customers.

Get Your Business Online

If you’re not currently accepting online payments, consider setting up your own online store. Moneris offers a robust ecommerce payment platform that helps you accept and process payments directly from your website.

We make this easy with Moneris Online and our partner Bookmark. Using a simple interface and a powerful artificial intelligence design assistant, you can build your website in minutes - no coding or design skill needed!

You can feel comfortable accepting secure payments online with our fraud prevention tools, including 3-D Secure and Moneris Kount Essential. Check out our step-by-step guide on launching an ecommerce website if you’re looking for some inspiration.

Accept Payment Wherever Your Business Takes You

If your business is now offering curb-side, out of store, or delivery options, you’ll need more flexibility – and range – to accept payments. Check out our range of wireless terminals and accept payment no matter where your business takes you.

When your business tactics change, we’re there for you every step of the way. With hardware and software solutions from wireless terminals to ecommerce, we’re here to help you make the most of your changing business.


The information in this article is provided solely for informational purposes and is not intended to be legal, business or other professional advice or an endorsement of any of the websites or services listed.

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