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  1. 8 Essentials Of Restaurant Networks And Protection From Hackers
    5/20/2015

    Restaurant networks today are much like the airways and airports many of us travel every day.  Networks need to provide successful delivery of data to and from multiple users, applications, and devices just as jetliners transport passengers around the world.  And networks also need to provide security, both at the edge and through the network, for all of this data just like airports and air marshals provide today for their many travelers. 

  2. What IT Solutions Providers Need To Know About The U.S. Migration To EMV-Enabled Solutions
    4/28/2015

    Payment processing is an ever-evolving industry, and this year the U.S. is adopting the chip card standard, also known as EMV (Europay, MasterCard, Visa). EMV is a driving force in the global payments market today, providing the latest and most reliable data security standards.

  3. 3 Ways Payment Methods Can Make An Impact On Customer Experience
    4/21/2015

    It wasn’t that long ago when merchants would dictate the form of payment by simply asking, “cash or credit?” as you prepared to make a purchase. Many merchants wouldn’t even take checks because they took too long to process and would often “bounce” or be returned.

  4. PCI Compliance Is Just One Piece Of The Puzzle
    4/21/2015

    You don’t have to look far to find evidence supporting the necessity of a comprehensive and thorough cybersecurity system for your clients. From the infamous Sony hack to cybercriminals infiltrating Target’s network that absconded with personal information from some 110 million accounts, it’s clear that protecting customers’ data is something to be taken seriously.

  5. 5 Ways To Create Amazing Customer Experiences
    3/23/2015

    We live in an “always on” world, where information is constantly at our fingertips and the expectation for immediate responses is the norm. When customers contact a business, they don’t want to wait on “hold” while an agent searches for answers. If customers don’t get the service they expect, they hang up or click over to the competition. According to Forrester, 90 percent of customer service decision makers believe that delivering good service is critical to their company’s success. That’s why customer experience management, now more than ever, is a top strategic priority.

  6. 4 Ways Retailers Can Leverage Big Data And Edge Analytics For Success
    3/18/2015

    Leading retailers are leveraging Big Data and edge analytics to improve customer experience and operational efficiency, while increasing sales. A tremendous volume of data can be generated every second in the retail industry, much of it from traditional sources such as transaction logs and inventory scans, as well as new sources of sensor data such as cameras in parking lots, sensors on shopping carts, beacons throughout the store, the retailer’s in-store Wi-Fi network, apps on consumers’ mobile phones and more.

  7. Why Digital Transformation Will Find New Value And Revenue In 2015
    3/17/2015

    In today’s digital world, solutions providers and enterprises face a two-fold digital challenge. Firstly, from end customers, whose spending patterns and expectations of service have dramatically increased by the digital revolution. Secondly, for both providers and enterprises, from the competitive threat posed by a host of “born in the web” startups, operating without the constraints of legacy business models or legacy technology.

  8. ISVs And VARs: Challenges And Solutions When Certifying POS Solutions For EMV
    3/16/2015

    As Business Solutions editor-in-chief Mike Monocello noted in February’s “Why Now is the Right Time to Sell EMV,” value-added resellers (VARs) and independent software vendors (ISVs) should be enthusiastically offering Europay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV) solutions to their customers.

  9. How The IoT Will Transform Retail
    2/19/2015

    The Internet of Things (IoT), or to use the term coined by major contributor Cisco, the Internet of Everything (IoE) will have far-reaching impacts on retail, as well as any industry that it touches.  The distinction is the IoT is connecting devices, similar to an intranet whereas the IoE is connecting networks, companies, consumers — thus “everything.”

  10. Next Gen Dine Incorporates APG, Datacap Solutions In Flexible POS System
    2/12/2015

    When the Juice Bar at LVAC, a health foods eatery in Las Vegas, needed a new POS system that refl ected its light and modern corporate image, it turned to POS software provider Next Gen Dine.

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