Hospitality Magazine Articles

  1. 2-Inch Mobile Receipt Printers Product Review
    7/22/2013

    Mobility in the worlds of retail and hospitality is one of the hottest topics. There’s also a lot of hype, confusion, and speculation. In an attempt to provide clarity on just one aspect of a mobile POS solution, we decided to review 2-inch mobile receipt printers.

  2. 2-Inch Mobile Receipt Printers Product Review
    7/22/2013

    A VAR evaluates four 2-inch mobile receipt printers and shares the pros and cons of each.

  3. Overcome IP Video Sales Obstacles
    7/18/2013

    This VAR’s ability to overcome video surveillance price objections and implementation obstacles is leading to big wins in the hospitality and distribution spaces and 60% projected revenue growth.

  4. Security, Standardization Drive Expansion For VAR
    7/18/2013

    Cash Register Sales & Service achieves perennial double-digit growth on traditional POS sales, with a few new twists, including video surveillance and recurring revenue.

  5. Behind One Integrator’s $60,000 QSR Install
    7/18/2013

    An integrator’s quick service restaurant (QSR) POS solution leads to add-on sales and a long-term customer.

  6. What To Know About Selling IP Video Surveillance In Healthcare
    6/18/2013

    Healthcare practices of all sizes and types are looking for video surveillance solutions to solve their business challenges.

  7. How Small Integrators Become Big ISVs
    6/18/2013

    Integrator-turned-ISV ExtenData didn’t experience real success until the company put stock in its own intellectual property.

  8. Revamping The Customer Engagement Experience
    6/17/2013

    AsuraCPRNT and “i” Series from Star Micronics Diminish Business Challenges

  9. Not All POS Software Is Created Equal: Value And ROI Are Key To Closing The Sale
    6/17/2013

    A complete, feature-rich and highly customizable POS that meets specific needs will take the conversation beyond the price tag.

  10. It’s Time To Re-Invent The QSR Customer Experience
    6/14/2013

    As an industry segment, Quick Service Restaurants (QSRs) recognized decades ago the increase in demand to feed people on the go. They understood that busy people who have a need for quality food, prepared quickly, would be a critical segment of the food service market. Improvements in ordering, preparation, and cooking have brought the consumer an expectation that quality meals can be prepared to their specification without waiting.

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