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  1. Ways Mobile Cash Drawer Solutions — And The VARs Who Sell Them — Can Enhance Security
    3/25/2014

    Mobility and thin client applications are finding their way into the retail environment. APG’s Ethernet and Bluetooth interfaces promote these environments by allowing the drawer to be located in any convenient location with easy access from the mobile devices. These solutions present new opportunities to improve the purchasing experience by discretely relocating the cash drawer from the check-out line to the actual point of purchase.

  2. Delivering On Transportation & Logistics Operations Needs. Today And Tomorrow.
    3/25/2014

    As customers’ demands constantly evolve, transportation and logistics (T&L) operations are being put under growing pressure to offer more efficient delivery services, while not compromising on customer service. Using the findings from a 2013 research survey conducted among transport and logistics managers around the world, this report explores how a combination of mobile technology implementations for mobile workers, and process re-engineering efforts can elevate operations to the next level.

  3. Driver Vehicle Inspection Reporting For Private Fleets: Pitfalls And Opportunities
    3/25/2014

    Over the last year, the FMCSA has issued nearly five times more imminent-hazard out-of-service orders than it did in fiscal 2011. And small fleets, which can range from one to a few hundred trucks, are seven times more likely to be inspected.

  4. Does HTML5 Make Sense For Mobile Enterprise Applications?
    3/25/2014

    Web applications were originally considered inappropriate for mobile enterprise applications because of their inability to work offline, and the generally superior performance of native apps that were developed for specific operating systems and mobile devices. HTML5 and the rapidly changing enterprise mobile computing ecosystem are changing that. Now that there are HTML5-based field service, ERP and other enterprise software packages on the market, the growth in BYOD and cloud computing environments is leading more ISVs to create HTML5 applications, and the number of mobile devices with HTML5 browser support is projected to nearly double in 2013.

  5. Building Blocks For A World-Class Integrator Experience
    3/25/2014

    The TSYS® team is picking up right where we left off in 2013 and continuing to march toward our goal of providing a best-in-class, end-to-end integration solution.

  6. Physical Security: Reasons Your SMB Customer Needs IP Video
    3/24/2014

    Theft and crime are not issues exclusive to enterprises. Small businesses, too, suffer from criminal activity ranging from internal and external employee theft to false claims. In fact, U.S. Chamber of Commerce figures show that 75 of all employees steal at least once, and 30 percent of small businesses fail due to employee theft — alarming statistics.

  7. 5 Things You Need To Consider Before Adding Cloud To Your Service Offerings
    3/24/2014

    By some estimates, there are 30,000 managed services providers (MSPs) worldwide. Many have built their businesses providing remote support for the computing infrastructure of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Others do IT consulting and one-off IT projects.

  8. Transitioning To A Merchant Service Provider: 7 Keys Steps
    3/24/2014

    Today’s go to market strategies and revenue cycles are changing. Traditionally, the go to market strategy was simple—stop by the new business, discuss its POS needs, sell a system worth thousands of dollars and tack on an annual service contract.

  9. 3 Ways To Explain Asset Tracking Solutions ROI
    3/24/2014

    Tracking assets is one process that — if done effectively — can help your small business clients reduce costs and improve quality. Below are three ways your customers you can convince there is ROI from taking control of their assets.

  10. Popular Chicago Eatery Utilizes POS Solution To Streamline Operations, Saving Time And Money
    3/24/2014

    As Gino’s East grows and expands, the famous Chicago eatery required a complete, ‘end to end,’ point-of-sale (POS) solution that featured greater functionality and allowed the restaurant to optimize processes.