White Papers & Case Studies

  1. Lazy Dog Restaurants Improves Service And Satisfaction With Tablet Solution

    Lazy Dog Restaurants is a family friendly, dog friendly restaurant with a wide variety of items on their menu spanning tastes from all over the globe. At Lazy Dog Restaurants, canine guests are welcome to dine with their owners on the patio, making it very popular for dog lovers alike.

  2. Merchants Shift To Mobile Payments [Infographic]

    Since first opening their doors, business owners across the country have worked to find the best possible payment method for their goods and services. While the barter system once reigned supreme, evolving methodologies and technologies would lead to uniformed monetary systems, and later credit card processing networks.

  3. Aladino’s Pizza Goes Mobile To Shorten Lines, Increase Revenues

    Aladino’s needed a better ordering system that would reduce wait times and efficiently handle the bustling crowds that patronized the pizzeria. The restaurant sought assistance from Granbury Restaurant Solutions, a Texas-based provider of restaurant technology to the Quick-Serve and Casual Dining markets.

  4. U.S. EMV Adoption: Lessons Learned From A Canadian-Based Value Added Resource

    This white paper from TSYS covers the current state of EMV (Europay, MasterCard and Visa) in the United States. It talks about the history of EMV, why a new standard is needed, the advantages of this standard, and countries involved. 

  5. OKI Direct Thermal Label Printers Meet Worlds Largest Package Delivery Company’s Printing Needs

    In this case study from OKI we take a look at the world’s largest package delivery company and leading global provider of specialized transportation and logistics services.

  6. National Electronics Retail Chain Uses OKI HD Digital Color Printers To Create Custom Marketing Materials In-Store

    In this case study from OKI we take a look at a consumer electronics retail chain operating 4,700 corporate owned stores, 11,000 franchise stores, and 1,500 wireless phone centers.

  7. Large Specialty Family Footwear Chain Utilizes OKI Small Workgroup Mono Printers To Reduce Costs And Increase Reliability

    This case study from OKI takes a look at one of the largest specialty family footwear chains in the Western Hemisphere. This retail serves millions of customers with a global network of more than 4,100 stores in many retail settings and sold nearly 220 million pairs of shoes in fiscal 2011, generating $3.4 billion (USD) in net sales.

  8. VAR’s POS Upgrade Leads To 30% Increase In Throughput For Grocery Chain

    Super Value Foods is a 14-store chain of grocery stores located in Nassau, Bahamas. The stores average between 12 and 16 lanes in each store with a high volume of transactions. Three years ago, the chain embarked on a plan to upgrade the POS registers in all of the stores.

  9. The Future Of Payments - Converging Payment Types And Customer Programs Are Creating Disruption For POS Developers, Agents And Merchants

    Near field communication (NFC), EMV, QR and bar codes, and mobile wallets – just a few of the new payment types entering or expected to enter the marketplace in the coming year.

  10. Convergence & Opportunity In The Payments Industry

    For value-added resellers and POS (Point of Sale) Developers looking to provide greater value to their merchant customers, this rapidly evolving market dynamic offers a unique opportunity as the payment solutions, technology platforms and payment processors are all coming together to offer unparalleled convenience and simplicity in new payment solutions.

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