The Retail Solutions Providers Association (RSPA) announced new resources for VARs providing EMV solutions to their clients: an EMV solutions grid and the Merchant FAQ tool.
Author and entrepreneur Michael Gerber will present a course for Retail Solutions Providers Association (RSPA) members this fall: The Dreaming Room.
RSPA is hosting a sales training course for its members with Kendra Lee of the KLA Group. The course was created in response to the huge demand following Lee’s two sales training breakout sessions at RetailNOW 2015 last month.
Each month, Business Solutions reports news on business in the channel. This month in point of sale, payment processing and data collection news, Ingram Micro adds key injection services and creates a payments playbook, ZyXEL unveils a router-access point-printer combination, MMF POS introduces an illuminated cash drawer, Mercury launches its Security Pays education initiative, Moneris introduces mPOS payment devices, Honeywell unveils an iPhone sled, Sterling launches a lead generation website, and ScanSource adds its “As-A-Service Suite.”
There is increasing conversation — and an increasing number of solutions — that support a recurring revenue or POS-as-a-Service business model. Interest in this model is growing, in part, because of the benefits it provides — for your cash flow, client retention, and even the value of your business.
The retail IT channel is evolving quickly — marketing is migrating to digital, workflows are leveraging mobile computing, and “green” initiatives, inspired by millennial consumers concerned with the environment, are becoming more common. The changing world of retail challenges VARs to deliver the right solutions to meet these new demands.
With your merchant IT clients competing to provide the best customer experience, you want to support their goals with the best solutions.
Finding the appropriate security solutions can be a daunting task, especially ensuring that the data you are guarding remains secure on a variety of levels.
Robert Carr, CEO and founder of Heartland, offered some keys to building sustainable business models to improve or build revenue streams during his presentation at Retail Solutions Providers Association (RSPA) RetailNOW 2015, held Aug. 2 to 5 at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
The highly anticipated launch of Android Pay, Google’s forthcoming payments platform and rival to Apple Pay will allow consumers to pay using their Android smartphones at point of sale as well as make purchases within mobile applications. Despite rumors that the payment solution would launch at the end of August, Tech Crunch reported that according to sources familiar with Google’s plans, Android Pay is not launching yet.