Retail Magazine Articles

  1. Payment Trends You Can Take To The Bank

    These experts share how retail solutions providers can capitalize on the hottest payments trends in 2016.

  2. 4 Steps To Raising The Payment Processing Sales Bar

    Finding new ways to differentiate its POS solution and payment processing services is key to this company’s year-over-year double-digit growth.

  3. ISV Attracts Big Business With Consolidated Cloud Applications

    By consolidating several business applications into one subscription-based software package, this integrator is cornering the market in its vertical.

  4. Prospering On A Niche

    You might argue that Diamond Comics Distribution isn’t a VAR, but its retail IT service model offers important lessons for the channel.

  5. Retail IT Forecast 2015: What Retailers Need & How You Can Help

    Those solutions providers whose line cards align with the changing needs of retailers will win retailers’ 2015 IT budgets.

  6. Find New Upsell Opportunities In Access Control

    As the Internet of Things progresses, physical security services providers have a whole new set of solutions and services to solve their retail customers’ security challenges.

  7. Mobile POS: Hype Versus Opportunity

    Retailers continue to struggle with mobile device deployment, despite surging mobile POS (point of sale) shipments. This dichotomy presents big opportunities for the channel.

  8. Win Over Retailers With A Cloud-Based POS Solution

    A retail POS VAR and MSP (managed services provider) wins a $30,000 subscription-based POS and managed services install with a specialty retailer that includes recurring revenue and upsell opportunities.

  9. Mobile POS: A Gateway To Traditional POS Sales

    Offering mobile POS — whether it’s necessary for your customers or not — can drive traditional POS sales through the roof.

  10. 5 Ways To Future-Proof Your POS Business

    With a POS legacy dating back to the 1950s, Skurla’s POS Solutions wasn’t going to let a shift in the market put its business in jeopardy.