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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.
Cardknox Gateway and DataWeld Partnership Brings Flexible B2B Payments to Distributors in the Gas,...
With the Cardknox integration, DataWeld users have access to built-in EMV quick chip and traditional magnetic stripe payments
ISVs can add software features that help customers comply with the security requirements of NIST SP 800-171.
Unattended payment solutions are a growing opportunity for ISVs, and they can also help you differentiate your business in the POS space.
XG200’s unique design and unmatched power enable mobile workers to perform tasks more efficiently.
Deploying and managing applications in the cloud will help you innovate faster, more cost effectively and with less risk.
DevOps is more than a technological shift. It’s a cultural one. Here are tips on how to integrate DevOps into your company’s culture.
ISVs need to consider use cases and user experience to develop software with real value.
Low-code development platforms are designed to help businesses innovate more quickly, but will this come at a cost to software developers?
Technology for education applications doesn’t have to address curriculum. ISVs can develop valuable applications that help schools operate more efficiently, cost-effectively, and securely.
There are many potential government IoT applications — and good reasons for your software company to expand your business into this market.
Form smart alliances that give you the capabilities and flexibility you will need to stay relevant in the changing POS industry.
Advice a short time ago was to tell your clients not to click on .EXE files, and email server security allowed people to reject...
The California Consumer Privacy Act website’s homepage starts off by saying, “They said it couldn’t be done … But we did it anyway.” On June...