If you’re a VAR that sells any type of solution that includes bar code scanners, you’re probably never surprised by the multitudes of inventory control and trackand- trace applications — no matter how unusual they are. But unless you’re focused on the healthcare vertical and, in particular, the medical devices used in surgical procedures, developing a solution to track “parts” like replacement knees and hips may seem … well, odd.
A value-added reseller (VAR) evaluates three 4-inch mobile label printers and shares the pros and cons of each.
Retail experts share their advice on the most significant trends facing retail IT VARs in 2013.
Focus on Providing World Class POS Solutions
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.
A mobility integrator’s perseverance leads to a $100k+, 40-handheld and mobile printer install with recurring revenue.
Success selling digital signage is predicated on sound strategy, consistent content, and the right technology.
Three industry experts address common VAR misconceptions and objections.
When it comes to retail, restaurant, and grocery IT, no system is as crucial as the point of sale. While margins have eroded over the years, and there’s been outside pressure from tablets and similar mobile technologies, the timetested POS continues to stand as the primary customer payment and interaction device.