POS & Payment Processing Articles

  1. NRF Study Shows Change In Organized Retail Crime Concerns
    7/2/2014

    Organized retail crime (ORC) isn’t just a brick-and-mortar issue anymore. Nearly half of respondents say their online operations are affected by ORC, a study released last month reports.

  2. Restaurant And Hospitality IT News For VARs — July 2, 2014
    7/2/2014

    A new report shows that distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks rose in Q1 of 2014.  Also, table turnover can be increased by up to 10 minutes per table using a new checkout app. A new display technology is also driving up average checks for Sonic, and technology can have an important impact on customer loyalty.

  3. Retail IT News For VARs — June 27, 2014
    6/27/2014

    In the news, research shows retailers are planning investments in in-store technology to identify customers. Also, a study shows digital billboards are not a safety hazard to drivers — and an article explains how retailers are using digital signage to connect will millennial customers.

  4. Take A Look At The Mobile POS Big Picture
    6/27/2014

    Mobile point of sale (mPOS) continues to gain popularity, a trend that is a result of retailer efforts to drive sales through a more flexible merchant-customer transaction process. Mobile POS brings the transaction to customers, allowing them to make buying decisions at their own pace. The technology also reduces the need to queue up customers to check-out at a specific counter.

  5. Grocery And Convenience Store IT News for VARs — June 26, 2014
    6/26/2014

    This week, cash transactions are becoming easier for store owners with new technology that allows stores to process cash payments through bar code technology. Also, beacon technology can be a boon for c-store owners, when leveraged properly. And in-store technology helps store owners to identify their customers as soon as they walk through the doors. 

  6. Restaurant And Hospitality IT News For VARs — June 25, 2014
    6/25/2014

    In the news this week, cybercriminals make a ransom demand for data stolen from Domino’s Pizza. Also in the news, a study shows limited-service restaurants will need technology to compete.

  7. Holiday Planning For Retail VARs: How Soon Is Too Soon?
    6/24/2014

    Retail companies spend much of their year planning for the holiday heyday that occurs between November 1 and December 31. That means VARs have to be one step ahead to get their clients ready for the season. But how soon is too soon — and is there such a thing?

  8. Facebook’s New Advertising Targets Behaviors, Gives Users Control
    6/24/2014

    Social media is becoming an increasingly usable form of customer feedback. Online reviews, tweets, discussions in forums, and so on offer a wealth of product quality feedback, and companies are starting to take notice. Facebook, one of the most influential of these social media, is about to undergo changes which will allow users to have more control over what they see.

  9. Study: Poor Performance Will Result In Loss Of App Users
    6/23/2014

    Nearly 90 percent of people stop using apps due to poor performance, an AppDynamics App Attention Span Study reports. The research, conducted earlier this month, shows users’ attention spans shorten for poorly performing apps — an important discovery for businesses that rely on website or mobile apps.

  10. Retail IT News For VARs — June 20, 2014
    6/20/2014

    The news includes an illustration of the trend to use geofencing in retail. Also, IHL reports mobile POS is reaching “escape velocity,” now a $7 billion global business. In addition, Radio Shack is the first national chain to offer same-day, in-store mobile device repair.

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