Restaurants are launching online ordering, and customers are responding with a flood of orders — which can lead to workflow problems for the kitchen and front of house. Can your ISV business provide solutions?
ISVs that can deliver restaurant software applications that include support for current industry and consumer trends will take their place as industry leaders.
The results of the 2019 Worldpay POS Channel KPI Study suggest it’s a good time to be an ISV providing point of sale (POS) applications.
Food service in retail and convenience stores is introducing new challenges for retailers and c-store operators, and they’re looking to ISVs for new software applications to manage this growing segment of their businesses.
Datacap POS partners and merchants benefit from multiple form factors that fit a variety of use cases and industries
Brick and mortar retailers are looking for solutions that tie together data sources and help them provide in-store experiences that are more like those online.
Owners are dealing with a new generation of golfers and facing new competition. ISVs need to deliver golf course management software that helps them keep their businesses in the black.
Healthcare providers are looking for solutions that provide greater patient access to information, reliable communication, and edge device security.
It’s essential to keep retail trends and changing consumer behaviors in mind as you develop software for this rapidly evolving industry.
Unattended retail, contactless payments, and new security standards are set to make a big impact on the industry — and your ISV business.
Greater mobility, more effective ways to engage consumers and better workflows are in demand in the retail vertical.
In-demand education software features include greater access to data, support for collaborative learning, and use of emerging tech, when it makes the most sense.