This ISV upgraded a sports bar and grill with its cloud-based tablet software that runs on iPads.
This VAR did a complete POS hardware and software overhaul for a Vietnamese restaurant chain in Los Angeles.
As October 2015 came and went, fraud liability not-so-silently shifted to U.S. business owners whose POS devices are not equipped to accept chip card payments. According to The Strawhecker Group, only 27 percent of businesses have implemented chip technology, and surveys show a wide EMV chip awareness gap among consumers, which means there’s still work to be done.
Despite the fact that mobile payments have been around for years and have continually promised a new payment paradigm, widespread adoption has failed to materialize to date.
It’s no secret that many businesses are looking to Android as their preferred next-generation platform. The applications are endless — point of sale, delivery, field service, asset tracking, inventory, and more. Android handhelds and tablets can streamline data collection in any space.
The POS market continues to grow as business owners seek solutions that will help them not only accept payments, but also manage and grow their business.
You want new POS customers. But keeping existing customers satisfied is equally important.
More than six months have passed since the EMV liability shift deadline. Yet even at the half year mark, it appears that consumers and retailers have a long way to go until EMV payment systems become a staple in the U.S.
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