Experts share their thoughts on the “as a Service” model and advise POS VARs on the steps they should take to make the transition.
The transition from analog to network equipment has been an established trend in the CCTV and video surveillance market for some time now. However, this trend is driving another transition that is gathering pace according to IMS Research (now part of IHS Inc.): the IT land grab of the video surveillance market.
eMobilePOS anticipates triple-digit growth on the sale of its SaaS-based POS solutions. Here’s why the company is banking on the cloud.
While assembling the editorial for our Partner Program Insider (built into this issue), we performed an outreach for thought leadership where we asked industry experts to weigh in on the biggest topics for key verticals. When it came to retail, a common theme referenced was the “as a Service” business model. Not surprising, really.
Helping your customers understand the security threat landscape is the first step to selling managed network security solutions.
POS resellers are foolish to overlook ethnic grocery stores; their numbers have exploded with Asian/Hispanic population growth, and they’re buying lots of technology.
Cloud-based solutions can provide recurring revenue but are not suited to every client.
Several factors are converging to make megapixel technology an especially attractive option in video surveillance systems worldwide.
Opportunities exist to integrate biometrics into solutions in many key growth verticals.
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