Terms Consigned To The History Books; "Cash Only"

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Cash only. It's the those two dreaded words which, when strung together in that order, instil fear into the heart of any shopper these days.

It wasn't so long ago that stopping by a cash machine before going on a night out, a shopping trip etc. was a prerequisite. It simply wasn't possible to function without physical tender.

Those days are quickly being consigned to scrapheap of history. Nowadays the term “cash only” is seldom seen outside of late night kebab shops. Everything from small pop-up markets to local boutique businesses has card payment capabilities, whether online or offline; it's seen as the norm these days. And if you're not keeping up, you're losing out on sales and customers.

Shopping locally used to mean cash only, but not anymore. Small businesses are adapting to new technology and are becoming increasingly sophisticated in the ways in which they are allowing customers to shop with them.

Shopping locally used to mean visiting a physical store to make a purchase, but even that is not necessarily the case anymore. Even small local businesses are offering online ordering options to ensure more traffic, more conversions, and ultimately a larger market share as a result of all this.

If you're reading this with a mounting sense of fear that you're missing out, do not panic. Simply get in touch with TAPN.TO today to learn all about the branded online ordering solutions we can tailor to your business. Quick, secure, and fully customisable, our online ordering systems are built to optimise conversions whilst remaining user-friendly and simple to use for customer and admin alike. 

To learn more about all the features we can provide and more about the benefits of bringing TAPN.TO onboard with your business, get in contact and we'll be happy to answer any queries you might have and walk you through a demo. With one price, no contracts and a 14 day trial, it's never been a better time to start selling online. 

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