POS & Payment Processing Articles

  1. From ASCII Columbus: How To Stand Out In A Crowded Market

    I liked the tactic AVG used for its presentation May 29 at the ASCII Success Summit in Columbus, OH. They correctly assumed the nearly 100 channel executives in the room were already aware of AVG’s RMM platform, AVG Managed Workplace, so they used their 25 minutes on the main stage to educate the attendees.

  2. POS VARs: Are You Smarter Than Your SMB Customers?

    The average SMB customer in the market for a point of sale (POS) system fits a different description than customers in that category a few years ago. Rod Hometh, senior VP of market development for Ingenico, says, in the past, your SMB customers adopted “trickle-down technology,” tried and proven by larger enterprises.

  3. Mobile Presence Technologies Can Benefit Your QSR Clients

    Every day, millions of Americans across the nation visit Quick Service Restaurants (QSRs). Some find their food ready just moments after they arrive at the restaurant —thanks to advances in mobile technologies.

  4. Grocery And Convenience Store IT News For VARs For May 29, 2014

    In the news, a new survey reveals customers are most willing to accept digital marketing campaigns via smartphone. Also, Tesco is piloting a high-speed checkout solution, and Sunhouse Petroleum integrates an at-the-pump video network. In addition, a study shows college students aren’t as comfortable with mobile payments as expected.

  5. Get The Answers To All Your Nagging Retail IT Questions

    June is just around the corner and summer will quickly be upon us. While August - and RSPA RetailNOW - might feel far away, the reality is that it will be here before you know it. It's with that in mind that I wanted to get to you now about this great event and plant some seeds. It's self-reflection time.

  6. Restaurant And Hospitality IT News For VARs — May 28, 2014

    In the news this week, experts explain why not to pattern your client’s app after Starbucks and why to carefully consider how consumers react with each screen in a multi-screen marketing approach. Also, reports show the global foodservice industry saw an increase in sales over 2013, and the National Restaurant Association is projecting about a half-million jobs added to the industry this summer.

  7. Marketing Your IT Business? Use LinkedIn And Facebook

    Online marketing strategies were on the agenda at the 2014 Technology Marketing And IT Sales Training Boot Camp in Nashville, TN, last week. Robin Robins, CEO and author of the Technology Marketing Toolkit, and Jeff Johnson, staff marketing coach for Technology Marketing Toolkit, detailed two useful — and maybe surprising — tools that can help you build and target a prospect list: LinkedIn and Facebook.

  8. Retail IT News For VARs — May 23, 2014

    In the news, experts weigh in on mobile as a driver for payments technology and on the impact recent credit data breaches have had to drive EMV adoption. Also, Twitter’s new “mute” feature could diminish visibility of some advertising.

  9. Restaurant And Hospitality IT News For VARs — May 23, 2014

    In the news, articles look at the IoT as a possible future of payment, as well as a bitcoin-compatible booking engine for hotels, and a new Square ordering app.

  10. Grocery And Convenience Store IT News For VARs – May 22, 2014

    In the news, the future of payment processing could move away from traditional checkouts to paying using the Internet of Things. And a chain of convenience stores has upgraded to new video surveillance software that helps them track exceptions and link it to video surveillance cameras and point of sale (POS) systems to reduce internal theft.

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