Modernizing payments for dental practices. Moolah has partnered with Dental Success Network to provide your practice with a FREE Poynt Smart Terminal, a simple flat rate, and no monthly fees. The world’s first smart wireless and contactless terminal has created a standard for an impeccable payment experience for dental practices and their patients. Accept all the latest payment technology anywhere, including your operatories! Say goodbye to manually add transactions into Open Dental. Moolah has built a full-stack payment platform that works seamlessly with Open Dental. Process payments to your Poynt terminal(s), create automatic payment plans, manage your in-house memberships, and collect outstanding balances by text, email, or directly through your website. All payments post to Open Dental automagically! Your Moolah account has direct integration with leading dental solutions, included at no additional cost.
Payments and patients come together. Moolah has developed a plugin that provides direct integration between Poynt and your Open Dental software. You can initiate a payment from within Open Dental, complete the transaction on the wireless Poynt terminal, and the payment is automatically recorded in Open Dental. Open Dental provides powerful, flexible dental practice management software at an affordable price. Providing powerful, flexible, affordable practice management software & exceptional support to dental offices worldwide. Open Dental Software is a powerful, flexible, affordable Dental Practice Management Software. Proudly supporting dental practices of all sizes and varieties all over the world. In the past, the only options for dental practice management software were expensive, rigid, and proprietary. Dr. Sparks, our founder and a dentist himself, wanted something better. He longed for a program that was affordable, customizable, and robust in its capabilities. Realizing that a program like that did not yet exist, he set out to develop one on his own. In just a few years, that self-taught programmer and dentist had accomplished his goal and Free Dental was born. While using the program during development in his dental office, Dr. Sparks relied heavily on critique from his own dental hygienists, assistants, and office managers giving him unique insight into what makes a dental practice management software user-friendly, efficient, and effective for everyone in the office. Dr. Sparks felt that every dentist should have access to such a powerful, flexible, and affordable program. Thus, Free Dental became Open Dental Software, an open-source dental practice management software open to change, open to progress, and available to all. Users were then encouraged to offer feedback and suggestions to facilitate continuous improvement and Open Dental users were so satisfied with the results, news of this innovative program spread like wildfire in the local and online dental community. Today, Open Dental Software employs a diverse group of over 150 engineers, support techs, dental professionals, trainers, IT specialists, conversion specialists, and more. An estimated 20,000 dental practices in countries around the world use the program. Innovative improvements are frequently released based on user feedback and industry standards. Open Dental and its staff are passionate about simplifying practice management and dedicated to providing an unmatched product with exceptional support.
Running a small business can be simultaneously both rewarding and somewhat daunting. Accepting credit card for small business can take your business growth and success to the next level, allowing for streamlined payments, easier accounting, better customer service, and greater customer satisfaction. As such, it’s very important to select the very best merchant services for credit card processing for small business that is secure and accurate.
In 2020, it is simply not possible to do business without accepting credit card payments. According to a recent survey, around 70% of consumers prefer credit or debit card over any other payment method. This means that if you are not set up to allow your customers to pay by card, you risk losing their business. In business, it is critical to lower the barriers to making a purchase and therefore encourage your customers to making the sale. Not being able to pay cash can be a large barrier to many, meaning you may lose out on a large number of sales! Additionally, card payments have a number of other advantages over cash and other payment options. Accepting cash payments can carry a variety of practical problems, such as always needing to have change. It also has security concerns, leaving you open to theft. Card payments are secure, reliable and instantly. This is highly preferable if you are accustomed to invoicing your clients and waiting two or four weeks for them to pay. It also means that you are assured of the payment, so you don’t need to worry