What growing consumer comfort with m-commerce means for brick-and-mortar mobile payments, and what merchants must do to respond.
Established in 1991, Super Taco Mexican Restaurants serves authentic, home-style Mexican food that has been recognized by local media as “the best in town.” In addition to preparing food from unique recipes and using only the freshest ingredients, the operator prides itself on valuing its customers and providing the highest caliber of services to patrons of its four locations in the Sacramento, California area.
Lexington Habitat for Humanity ReStore Builds a Stronger Business with UnifyPOS and Progress OpenEdge. Habitat for Humanity International’s vision is a world in which everyone has a safe place to live. With more than 1,400 local affiliates in the United States, and more than 70 national organizations around the world, Habitat for Humanity has helped build or repair more than 800,000 houses and serve more than four million people worldwide.
The unique data provided by the EMV chip embedded in payment cards with this standard makes it nearly impossible for fraudsters to produce counterfeit cards. Fraud related to counterfeit cards has essentially been eliminated in countries where EMV was widely adopted. This paper highlights the major steps your merchant client must complete to process EMV transactions.
When the Juice Bar at LVAC, a health foods eatery in Las Vegas, needed a new POS system that refl ected its light and modern corporate image, it turned to POS software provider Next Gen Dine.
The US payments industry has been chugging along on old technology while the rest of the world has implemented EMV card technology for more than a decade. As recent data breach headlines in the US suggest, criminals focus on the easiest targets and right now, that is the US.
The Juice Bar at LVAC, a health foods eatery in Las Vegas, needed a POS system that refl ected its corporate image — light and modern. But the company was stuck with an expensive legacy system that put too many restrictions on its operations.
As a new, lighter POS approach emerges, Point of sale (POS) solutions no longer have to depend on PCs to operate. Depending on a system’s configuration, the new POS model can leverage thin clients such as tablets and handhelds, giving the cashier the freedom to transact business at the point of decision.
Consumers have come to expect the freedom to conduct a payment transaction at their own convenience and on their own terms – whether on a tablet, mobile phone, at work in front of their PC, or at a kiosk. While the origins of kiosks pre-date any connected device – more sophisticated kiosks are a growing trend and business – particularly in-store.
System solutions for retailers keeping pace with industry’s rapid evolution.