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4 Reasons to Consolidate Payment Accounts

Multiple payment accounts can mean higher costs for your clients and headaches for your ISV. Here are strong arguments to partner with one, integrated payments company.

What Payments M&A Activity Can Mean to Your Development Business

The payments space is active with M&A activity. Here are some things to think about if your partner is suddenly part of a new company or acquires a competitive ISV.

Best Practices for Hiring Software Developers

Best practices for hiring software developers include expanding the location of potential candidates, being transparent with job candidates, and assessing candidates beyond their resumes and references.

Growing Healthcare Trends Create New Opportunities for ISVs

Healthcare providers are looking for solutions that provide greater patient access to information, reliable communication, and edge device security.

Advice from Veteran ISVs to Startups: Keys to Running a Successful Software Business

You may be a genius at software development, but do you need some help running a software business effectively and profitably? Four established ISVs offer their advice.

Software Developer Book Club: Business Book Recommendations from ISVs

What are other ISVs reading? Here are six worthwhile business book recommendations from other ISVs on topics that range from rapid growth to customer loyalty.

Retail Trends Are Changing what Retailers Need from Software Applications

It’s essential to keep retail trends and changing consumer behaviors in mind as you develop software for this rapidly evolving industry.

Tips for Developing Kiosk Applications

When you’re developing applications for kiosks, design a user-friendly experience — for merchants and their customers — and monitor trends so your solution delivers in-demand features.

Payment and Security Trends that Developers Should Look Out For

Unattended retail, contactless payments, and new security standards are set to make a big impact on the industry — and your ISV business.

Retail Business Requirements ISVs Need to Address to Succeed

Greater mobility, more effective ways to engage consumers and better workflows are in demand in the retail vertical.

5 Education Software Features K-12 Educators Wish ISVs Would Deliver

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.

MSP-Turned-ISV Takes On Mature PSA Market

Paul Azad overcame onboarding and productivity challenges by developing a PSA solution with an operational focus.

NRF 2019 Recap: The Top Technologies Driving the Retail Customer Experience

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.

Healthcare Technology Trends that are Impacting Software Developers

Healthcare technology trends align with the growing consumerization of medical technology, changes in healthcare delivery, and changing consumer demands.

Insights from “The Culture Map” for Working with Off-Shore and Remote Teams

To improve business culture and create a unified corporate identity, you must understand the cultural variances that define your team.

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