Howard O. Whistler was an NCR salesman and Sweda district manager turned independent dealer. By Amber Murdock
Overtime compensation has long been an issue for resellers. By Bob Goldberg, RSPA General Counsel
Cash management and retail innovation were among the hot topics during the Paris Retail Week 2016 show in mid-September. APG representatives attended the event, which drew more than 48,000 show-goers and about 1,000 companies.
We can’t help but get numb to the number of security attacks in the news over the past few months with Large Enterprises making for a particularly attractive target. However, you’re just as vulnerable and more likely to get hit when you’re a small business. By Mauricio Bayon, president, Bayon Technologies Group and ASCII Group Member Since 2016
Online ordering for restaurants is a trend that can’t be ignored. It’s growing faster than dine-in purchases, and it’s popular with the large millennial demographic. This makes working with third-party online ordering and restaurant aggregator sites a viable option.
Successful restaurant operators look for the best ingredients so they can serve great menu items. A restaurants’ potential for success, however, also depends on the right technology “ingredients” that make operations efficient and contribute to a healthy bottom line. A kitchen display system falls into that category because of the benefits it provides.
It’s no secret that consumers are becoming increasingly selective, gravitating more than ever toward stores and restaurants where they have the best customer experiences. Coupled with increasingly demanding customers is growing competition, creating an environment that compels merchants to exercise greater care when formulating business strategies.
Online shopping has brought consumers an undeniable level of convenience. Who doesn’t appreciate placing an order from the living room couch or kitchen table?
Today, there are well over 50 vendors who offer some form of endpoint security. Some of them are old familiar names, like Symantec, McAfee, Sophos, and Trend Micro, while others are “next-gen” up-and-comers, such as Cylance, Sentinel One, Tanium, Bromium, and Carbon Black.
Is there a demand for your product or service? How much competition will you face? Find out as much as you can about the market, and speak with your local chamber of commerce or other professionals for insights.