POS Executive Commentary
ERP, WFM, And Time Clocks: Critical Integration
Retailers are increasingly searching for single platform applications that incorporate their enterprise resource planning (ERP) and human capital management (HCM) requirements into a unified environment. Many retailers grapple with separate application suites that don’t talk to each other. Their accounting, supply chain, inventory, and POS management functions are isolated from their talent, compensation, scheduling, employee benefits, and workforce management systems.
Why iPads Are The Right Tablet Choice For Restaurants
Andre Nataf of Digital Dining lists reasons that support why the iPad is not only the perfect tablet but the perfect POS device for restaurants.
What It Takes To Prevent Cyber Attack
Dan Ross of Promisec says companies that rely only on anti-virus/anti-malware detection cannot keep up with an ever-changing threat landscape and would not have detected these types of changes on end user computers or POS devices. It was only after it was discovered that the anti-virus and anti-malware products could be updated to provide the proper protection. To prevent against this type of breach, companies must be able to detect changes to services, processes, and registry files.
How To Have A Horrible 2014
Clint Hofer of Slingfly Media explains that if your company forgets or even overlooks key online marketing aspects, it could be a horrible year.
4 Ways Big Data And Analytics Can Help Your Retail Customers
Krish Mantripragada of First Data offers four ways VARs can help their retail customers leverage Big Data and analytics.
You Can't Buy Customers … But You Can Buy Leads
Gil Cargill of Cargill Consulting Group says lead generation activities produce inquiries, only. Inquiries have to be qualified, nurtured, profiled and cultivated prior to their becoming sales-ready leads.
My Book Recommendation: Good to Great
Debi Besmer of Archelon Enclosures shares keys from the book Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...And Others Don't by Jim Collins that are vital to the corporate culture of a great company.
You Can't Teach Ambition
Gill Cargill of Cargill Consulting Group says many entrepreneurs make the mistake of believing that they can turn someone who has little or no ambition into an extremely ambitious person. This is a common philosophical mistake that he sees engrained in the creation of many sales compensation programs.
Top Reasons Your Retail Customers Should Look At IP Surveillance
Jim Malafronte of Verint Video and Situation Intelligence Solutions says retailers can expand their capabilities with the power of network solutions, while IT resellers can build long-term relationships by furnishing IP technologies that can integrate with other networked systems and devices. Combining networked systems enhances situation awareness, and customers experience stronger security and greater value.
SMB Payments Balancing Act: Leveraging Cutting-Edge Technology Without Getting Cut
Mitchell Cobrin, CEO of AnywhereCommerce, tells how resellers can develop a trusted business advisor status by helping their SMB customers stay ahead of the pack in payment technology.