There’s a line about truth from the Rob Reiner film A Few Good Men that’s become iconic. In what’s arguably the courtroom drama’s most memorable scene, upstart Navy lawyer Lt. Daniel Kaffee (played by Tom Cruise) presses decorated Marine Colonel Nathan Jessup (played by Jack Nicholson) for answers.
Muscle Maker Grill needed a solution to quickly scan orders and receipts at checkout. The company was using in-line scanners and its employees were having difficulty lining up the barcodes on drink bottles.
With a plethora of mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) solutions on the market today, finding the one that will best suit your clients’ particular needs can be challenging. A solution may have everything they need — except that one crucial element. Or there are five solutions that all seem to satisfy their RFP, and it’s tough to figure out how to choose from among them.
One of the most profitable service opportunities channel companies can offer their retail/hospitality customers is payment processing. Not only are these services the perfect complement to point of sale (POS) hardware and software implementations, they allow VARs and ISVs to build closer relationships with their customers, and they open doors for a host of add-on sales and services. In this whitepaper, two Moneris subject matter experts offer guidance on the big decisions VARs and ISVs must consider before selling payment processing services.
If you thought IP video was too costly and too complex for SMBs, it’s time to take another look. With every new generation, IP video has become more powerful, more affordable and easier to use — making network video solutions a perfect fit even for SMBs with minimal technical know-how and limited budgets.
Cloud sales have skyrocketed in recent years, but if the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) industry expects to hit Forbes’ projected $67 billion by 2018, someone needs to address a very significant user abandonment problem. By Dave Hauser, General Manager, Cloud and Managed Services, PlumChoice
Is your business struggling to get staff involved in process improvement initiatives? If so, you can take solace in knowing you’re not alone. By Ivan Seselj, CEO, Promapp
Even though tokenization was introduced to the payments industry more than a decade ago and has since become an industry mainstay, there is no agreed-upon protocol about how tokenization should be deployed or even what defines a token. By J.D. Oder II, CTO and SVP R&D, Shift4
Where in the world is the school where managers study apology avoidance. It always surprises me when perpetrator-like managers have already built an impressive array of personal apology avoidance habits and language. They don’t get this from their mothers, I know that. I also know those who ignore their mom’s advice deserve what they get.
Much of the talk around the proverbial POS Industry “water cooler” has been around the now more than six month old announcement about the new Visa requirement for all Level 4 merchants. As a refresher: the card brand is requiring that merchants in this tier must use only PCI QIR professionals for POS application and terminal installation and integration. This requirement will go into effect in January 2017. It marks Visa’s effort, in their words, to establish requirements “for acquirers to ensure their small merchants are taking steps to secure their payment environment.”