This Colorado VAR has turned healthcare data capture and bar-code printing into a profit center, watching sales in that vertical alone grew 21% in 2012.
Considering new payment partners? Make sure they can add value — and don’t get bogged down in an unwieldy integration project.
Once this independent software vendor (ISV) overcame several common barriers to cloud, it brought 2 million users into the world of SaaS.
This IT solutions provider is projecting to double its sales revenue growth this year by acting quickly after Hurricane Sandy.
Industry experts share insights on the most important mobile payment trends and pitfalls VARs and ISVs need to pay attention to.
With a 20% growth rate, this hospitality and retail IT VAR has proven his three growth strategies work.
Product expertise and top-notch service help land a VAR an ongoing supply contract for rugged laptops.
Smartphones and tablets spur need for printing on the fly, boosting sales potential for the channel.
Field service, warehouse management, logistics, and other traditional mobility projects are aimed at improving efficiency and productivity while increasing accuracy and cutting costs. But that is starting to change, as companies look for ways to expand their solutions for more outward-facing benefits.
As a data collection VAR, you know that bar code technology is not going away any time soon. If anything, say vendors, the technology is becoming more versatile, creating new opportunities for VARs and integrators to get creative in addressing their clients’ bar code needs. Be it in healthcare, agriculture, retail, or shipping, bar codes remain the technology of choice for businesses to keep track of assets, merchandise — and in the case of healthcare — patients.