A leading VAR shares advice for successfully selling POS as a service to your customers.
Both markets are growing, but so are the list of challenges that solution providers need to help retailers and restauranteurs address – while avoiding costly pitfalls.
Your customers face numerous challenges that can be overcome with technology. It’s up to you to provide that technology.
Stay on trend with these four technologies that deliver the payment experiences consumers want.
Software developers who strike the right balance with usability, mobility, customization and integration will offer the greatest value.
Solutions that aren’t mobile-first will fall behind their competitors, unable to capture the attention of customers spending a lot of time on their phones.
ISVs that take a big-picture view will provide total solutions that address merchants’ challenges with tablet-based systems.
Dan Brattland of Cocard shares sales best practices, virtual selling tips, advice for retaining customers and maintaining a positive attitude by celebrating your failures.
Pay-at-the-Table technology provides diners with prompt, contactless service and allows the payment card to never leave customer’s sight.
New processes and business models require solutions that provide greater efficiency and creative ways to engage customers.
ISVs must help their restaurant clients meet consumer demand for omnichannel restaurant experiences with the right technology.
Here’s how post-COVID trends are playing out throughout different verticals, as well as key insights that will help ISVs and VARs guide their clients toward a successful 2022 and beyond.
See what the right tools in the hands of servers can mean to table turns, revenues, and customer satisfaction.
Consumers want control, speed and convenience. Self-service kiosks deliver all three.
John Kirk to depart after four successful years, Jim Roddy appointed next CEO.