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  1. Why You Should Take The Time To Implement EMV With Layered Security
    8/31/2015

    October marks the liability shift date, when the four major credit card brands, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, will begin shifting the financial liability for credit and debit card fraud to organizations that do not support EMV chip cards.

  2. 4 Ways To Create A Seamless Transition To EMV For Your IT Clients And Their Customers
    8/27/2015

    With the October 1 EMV liability shift just a little over a month away — merchants still looking to comply with their limited timeframes — need efficient and cost-effective strategies to make the deadline or be held liable for fraudulent card transactions.

  3. Watermarks Flow Naturally From Digital Video Innovations
    8/26/2015

    It’s rare that something invisible can become a tool powerful enough to change an industry, but that’s precisely the case with digital watermarks. This technology is rooted in digital video innovations and poised to take a giant leap forward, providing a sophisticated way for advertisers to reach a targeted audience.

  4. 4 Ways To Help Your Clients And Their Customers Transition Seamlessly To EMV
    8/26/2015

    Over the last year, EMV (Europay, MasterCard, and Visa) has achieved mass recognition within the U.S. There are over 1 billion EMV cards used throughout the globe, and the system is the standard for debit and credit payments in many European countries. Despite this, the U.S. has lagged behind in the transition to chip and pin technology — until now.

  5. Will Increasing Minimum Wages Mean A Demand For Solutions That “Do More With Less?”
    8/24/2015

    Let’s engage in a thought exercise. We’re going to examine the business and technology consequences of a single grassroots movement and what it may mean for point-of-sale (POS) developers and providers. Fast food workers, demanding pay up to $15 an hour, have seen successes in New York State and some municipalities, resulting in substantial wage increases.

  6. EMV Status Update: What Your Merchant IT Clients Need To Do For The EMV Liability Shift
    7/30/2015

    With less than two months to the Europay MasterCard Visa (EMV) liability shift begins, many businesses accepting credit and debit cards are either scrambling to become EMV compliant or are not prepared. Rest assured the sun will rise the day after the liability shift goes into effect Oct. 1, 2015 and those businesses that have not implemented EMV will still be able to accept payments.  If your merchant client is one of those business owners who is not ready, here are some short-terms actions you can take.

  7. Features Of A Loyalty Program That Will Help Your Merchant IT Clients Enhance Customer Experience
    7/27/2015

    Loyalty programs have earned a place in the toolbox of merchants that depend on repeat purchases from their customers. Repeat business is great, but there is an even better reason why loyalty programs are important: they save money.

  8. Why Your Hospitality Clients Should Transition To EMV Now
    7/27/2015

    There’s no such thing as traveling light today. Hotel guests are carrying a heavy load of sensitive financial information on their credit cards when they check-in. Just as they expect their hotel rooms to be comfortable and clean, they also expect their data to remain secure before, during and after their stay.

  9. The Top 3 Ways Mobile Point Of Sale Can Make An Impact For Your Retail IT Clients
    7/13/2015

    Typically the last in-store experience shoppers will remember is their checkout experience. Therefore, it’s critical that the mobile point of sale (mPOS) customer experience is as positive as possible and ideally exceeds the stationary point of sale (POS) experience.

  10. How Your Retail IT Clients Can Drive Sales, Improve Shopping Experience With Digital Signage
    7/6/2015

    Digital consumers have come of age and expect a rich palette of digital experiences during their shopping journeys, whether online or in the store. In addition, new retail competitors are disrupting the industry and threatening established incumbents. To meet these challenges, retailers must revolutionize business models in order to innovate faster and provide a better shopping experience for consumers. One way to improve the consumer’s in-store shopping experience and drive increased sales is through new uses of dynamic, digital signage within the store.

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