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.
Remember to make New Year’s resolutions that will help your business. Here are five that will help you get integrated payments on track.
Collaborative “solution fitting” may be the answer to equipping merchants with the exact features they need, without high-risk application customization.
The payments landscape is rapidly changing, so keep a close watch on this space as you develop solutions and form partnerships.
Partner Program Expands Commitment to Partnerships by Giving Access to Tools and Solutions Needed for Success
Integrated payments solutions need to have the security and the right feature set for your clients — and the payments company needs to have the resources you need as a developer.
Opportunities to develop veterinary software are growing as this market discovers the efficiency of mobility and accommodates changing consumer demands.
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Offer your merchant customers more than just basic POS and payment functionality with add-ons that give them the ability to enhance customer experiences — and that give you the ability to build recurring revenue streams.
Unattended payment solutions are a growing opportunity for ISVs, and they can also help you differentiate your business in the POS space.
Your strategy for selling POS software solutions should align with your business goals and growth plans.
ISVs now have opportunities to integrate with next-gen EMV solutions that address customers’ needs, as well as form the basis for valuable business partnerships.
Form smart alliances that give you the capabilities and flexibility you will need to stay relevant in the changing POS industry.
The first indications your partners are standing in the way of business growth will come from your customers. Here’s how to form smarter alliances.