The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has published PCI DSS Version 3.1 and supporting guidance, designed to help organizations address vulnerabilities that may place their payment data at risk. Version 3.1 is available on the PCI SSC website, and PCI DSS Version 3.0 is set to be retired on June 30, 2015.
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A Marriage Of Technology & Profitability
Each year, we give you this guide with one purpose in mind: to educate you on the latest trends in the most lucrative verticals out there, while providing a handy partner program reference to some of the leading vendors in the market today. Why this combination?
Mobile, Omni-Channel At The Crossroads Of Opportunity
A veteran retail solutions integrator says mobile and omni-channel are so intertwined, you can’t determine where one ends and one begins. You should be prepared to sell both.
Placing All Bets On Workforce Management
This ISV’s all-in approach to developing a complete, modular-based WFM (workforce management) and human capital management solution was key to its 20-percent+ revenue growth in 2013.
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3 Ways Payment Methods Can Make An Impact On Customer Experience
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.
PCI Compliance Is Just One Piece Of The Puzzle
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.
STS Profile: Customer Experience
The experience of buying products and services from retail, grocery, or hospitality businesses has changed— both for the customer and certainly for the business. It used to be that the customer followed a predictable path, and other than with mail or phone orders, transactions occurred in store. Businesses were largely in control of the experience with advertising, store layout, product and pricing displays, and a limited selection of merchandise in inventory.
15 Reasons You Should Register For RetailNOW® 2015, Right Now
RetailNOW brings together the thousands of people who make point of sale technology products with people that make those products come alive with amazing features and capabilities, along with the people who bring that technology to the marketplace.
RetailNOW2015®: Show Floor Preview
Given that it’s the only place where all the parts of the Point of Sale ecosystem come together, RetailNOW’s Show Floor can also be considered the industry’s crucible: a place where partnerships are formed and business grows. With the right mix of what’s happening now, and what’s to come next, show floor visitors in 2015 will surely be able to find the right mix that will get them ready for the future.
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SYNNEX Corporation To Release Enhanced ECExpress 7.0 eCommerce Platform
SYNNEX Corporation, a leading distributor of IT products, announced recently that it has developed an enhanced version of its ecommerce platform ECExpress for its North American customers.
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Podcast: Retail IT VARs Adapt To Changes In Payments, Security, And Business Models
At ScanSource’s Worldwide Partner Conference for POS and Barcoding, Greg Dixon, ScanSource’s CTO and technology evangelist, spoke to Business Solutions president Jim Roddy about changes in the retail IT landscape.
Video: What the U.S. Can Learn From Europe, Canada About EMV
The panel discussion, “EMV & The POS Ecosystem: Forming effective partnerships and capitalizing on the EMV shift opportunity,” included information from experiences related to EMV migration in Europe and Canada. The panel, held Jan. 28 at RSPA INSPIRE 2015 in Maui, HI, is the first of event in this year’s Retail Solutions Providers Association (RSPA) program with the goal of providing education to the retail IT channel on EMV. RSPA is also planning webinars, marketing collateral, and presentations at the RetailNOW 2015 trade show.
Video: Predictions For EMV In 2015 And Beyond
The featured content on Day 3 of the RSPA INSPIRE Conference Jan. 28 in Maui was a panel discussion titled “EMV & The POS Ecosystem: Forming effective partnerships and capitalizing on the EMV shift opportunity.” Panelists were John Badovinic, senior manager of acquirer relations at Discover Financial Services, Paul Leduc president of Globe POS Systems, Matt Downs SVP of channel — integrated payments for Mercury Payment Systems, a Vantiv company, and Chester Ritchie SVP at WorldPay. RSPA CEO and president Kelly Funk moderated the panel.