Getac recently announced its new B300, an ultra-rugged notebook designed for the most extreme, mission-critical environments found in military and law enforcement applications, as well as with certain field service technicians.
This hospitality VAR-turned-ISV (independent software vendor) is finding new double-digit revenue growth after developing its own cloud-based mobile POS (point of sale) solution.
Helping clients manage mandates, inventory, and transactions drives 50 percent growth for this consultant-turned-enterprise eye care software vendor.
This ISV upgraded a sports bar and grill with its cloud-based tablet software that runs on iPads.
This VAR did a complete POS hardware and software overhaul for a Vietnamese restaurant chain in Los Angeles.
For some businesses, making the transition into a fully digital company is part of their normal business strategy. Tech companies, for instance, have no choice but to keep up with the times, and that requires the digital transformation. Other companies that might not have tech ties, however, may find transitioning into a digital business to be a significant challenge. By Rick Delgado, contributing writer
As the Internet of Things explodes, so do opportunities for machine learning. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
I typically fill our blog with advice on tech trends and business topics. Today’s post is of a more personal nature. After more than 17 years with Jameson Publishing (formerly Corry Publishing), Jim Roddy, president of Business Solutions, speaker, and author of Hire Like You Just Beat Cancer, has left the magazine to pursue a new business venture.
Datacap Systems has released TranCloud, a new EMV-enabled payments solution for mobile and browser-based POS providers. Engineered specifically for mobile/browser POS, Datacap’s cloud approach with small footprint hardware allows POS systems to process transactions through a variety of payment processors while simultaneously driving a range of PIN pad hardware from leading OEMs — all via the cloud.
As October 2015 came and went, fraud liability not-so-silently shifted to U.S. business owners whose POS devices are not equipped to accept chip card payments. According to The Strawhecker Group, only 27 percent of businesses have implemented chip technology, and surveys show a wide EMV chip awareness gap among consumers, which means there’s still work to be done.