When you hear about a security breach, you probably think something like, “The IT department must have missed something.” But increasingly, breaches are caused by factors outside of IT’s control. Today, a breach is just as likely to be the result of a devious email or an unwitting employee’s error as a breakdown in IT.
NAB Velocity, based in Denver CO, provides software developers and businesses with secure and customizable payment solutions, including credit and debit card processing, ACH processing, and gift/loyalty card programs from an ecosystem of payment service providers. As a division of North American Bancard Holdings, LLC (NAB), an industry partner with over 20 years of experience and knowledge servicing merchants, enabling agents, and supporting partners, NAB Velocity is the omnichannel platform to an integrated system of payment and merchant services.
eMarketer predicts 37.5 million Americans will use proximity mobile payments this year — a 61.8 percent increase over 2015 — and total value of mobile payment transactions in the U.S. alone will grow 210 percent in the same period.
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.
You cannot claim to be a solutions provider unless you offer all of the obvious necessities to your potential business clients. Part of your role as a managed IT services provider is to help each client find the best solution(s) for their business — solutions that will save them time, save them money, and help them meet desired business outcomes, such as increased profitability, optimized employee productivity, and a more streamlined technology spend.
A common question asked during a job interview is whether or not the employee has an opportunity to work remotely. Not only does it benefit the employee by saving commute time, the employer benefits as there is no additional overhead or potential distraction by other employees in the office. The trend is common and software tools make it easy, but it’s possible there are too many software tools providing such services, thereby raising the level of concern for data security amongst IT professionals.
Ransomware has become a lucrative business for hackers operating worldwide with the river of money flowing into their coffers fueling a cyber security arms race — good versus criminal — and putting you squarely in the crosshairs.
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.