A VAR extends an existing POS solution with tablet computers, which amounts to a $20,000 project.
eMobilePOS anticipates triple-digit growth on the sale of its SaaS-based POS solutions. Here’s why the company is banking on the cloud.
With increased competitive pressure in the POS market, VARs will need to think about sales beyond the all-in-one terminal, such as mobile solutions and integration and management services.
A mobility integrator’s perseverance leads to a $100k+, 40-handheld and mobile printer install with recurring revenue.
This MSP moved its outsourced help desk support in-house, bundled its services offerings, and is now projecting 19% revenue growth this year.
With paper-based processes, the task of submitting reports to the Wyoming Department of Health by EMS workers could run months behind. This was due to chasing down the reporters or taking time to decipher the handwriting in the reports.
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.
Experts give advice on selecting the right hardware and software, mistakes to avoid, and how to deal with customers asking about iPads.
POS hardware margins got you down? Here’s how one of the nation’s leading integrators maintains growth by pitching solutions, not systems.
As a traditional market for POS technology, the hospitality vertical holds great potential for those VARs willing to seize the opportunities.