SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – RHODE ISLAND

Small businesses are the backbone of Rhode Island’s economy. Rhode Island’s more than 105,000 small businesses employ approximately 228,000 Rhode Island residents – more than 51 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in Rhode Island rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.

SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – UTAH

Small businesses are the backbone of Utah’s economy. Utah’s more than 333,000 small businesses employ over 635,000 Utah residents – 45 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in Utah rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.

SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – TEXAS

Small businesses are the backbone of Texas’ economy. Texas’ 3.2 million small businesses employ 5 million Texas residents – more than 44 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in Texas rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.

SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – VERMONT

Small businesses are the backbone of Vermont’s economy. Vermont’s nearly 77,000 small businesses employ approximately 156,000 Vermont residents – more than 60 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in Vermont rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.

SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – TENNESSEE

Small businesses are the backbone of Tennessee’s economy. Tennessee’s nearly 665,000 small  businesses employ 1.2 million Tennessee residents – about 42 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in Tennessee rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.

SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – SOUTH CAROLINA

Small businesses are the backbone of South Carolina’s economy. South Carolina’s nearly 480,000 small businesses employ approximately 840,000 South Carolina residents – more than 42 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in South Carolina rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.

SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – NORTH CAROLINA

Small businesses are the backbone of North Carolina’s economy. North Carolina’s 1 million small businesses employ 1.8 million North Carolina residents – nearly 45 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in North Carolina rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.

SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – NEVADA

Small businesses are the backbone of Nevada’s economy. Nevada’s more than 312,000 small  businesses employ approximately 542,000 Nevada residents – nearly 43 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in Nevada rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.

SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – NEW JERSEY

Small businesses are the backbone of New Jersey’s economy. New Jersey’s more than 952,000  small businesses employ 1.9 million New Jersey residents – nearly 49 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in New Jersey rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.

SMALL BUSINESS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS STATUS REPORT – MINNESOTA

Small businesses are the backbone of Minnesota’s economy. Minnesota’s more than 525,000 small businesses employ 1.3 million Minnesota residents – nearly 46 percent of the state’s private sector workforce. Small businesses in Minnesota rely on credit cards and rewards to lower operating costs, re-invest in their businesses and employees, manage cash flow, and give customers more choice, security, and convenience in how they pay.