By David McSweeney
Self-service portals — a good portion of individuals use them on a regular basis and most if not all of us have heard of at least one in particular in the past several weeks — Heathcare.gov.
Now that point of sale (POS) solutions no longer have to depend on PCs to operate, businesses have a wide range of options to set up their systems. Retailers, restaurateurs, and hospitality operators can take advantage of stand-alone, IP-enabled components to choose whatever configuration best suits their business objectives and customer needs.
Video surveillance is a booming business, and installations become larger and larger. At the same time, several studies have highlighted the hit and miss nature of human intervention to spot change in a surrounding environment. And the challenge becomes larger as systems expand. In addition, a massive amount of video is being recorded, but never watched or reviewed, due to lack of time.
Harbortouch is a leading national provider of touch screen point of sale (POS) systems and payment processing services. As pioneers of the "as-a-Service" model, Harbortouch offers an unprecedented "free" POS program that allows the company’s sales partners to offer a full-featured POS system with no up-front costs. For more information about Harbortouch, visit www.harbortouch.com or email email@example.com.
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