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.
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.
Interactive AR/VR systems, displays, holograms, robots, and ISV expertise will play vital roles in helping retailers bridge consumers’ e-commerce and in-store experiences.
Analysts are predicting significant growth for the kiosk market as businesses give consumers options for faster, convenient self-service. Are you ready with the applications they need?
Here’s a 7-step adoption strategy that will result in a higher level of user buy-in, more likelihood that users will take advantage of all software features, and increased value to your customers.
Ergonomic trigger handle transforms Janam’s flagship device into a powerful UHF RFID reader.
As you evaluate new technologies at #NRF2019 to grow your business this year, keep these five technology categories top of mind.