POS & Payment Processing

  • MSP Owners: If You Were Hit By A Bus, Would Your Business Survive?
    MSP Owners: If You Were Hit By A Bus, Would Your Business Survive?

    The difference between being the owner of a business or being self employed is at the end of the day when you consider exiting or selling your business, how does the business transition without you? As you grow your IT business, the way you make operational decisions to increase the equity of your business is very important. It will determine if you have established your MSP as a lifestyle business or a scalable enterprise.

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POS & PAYMENT PROCESSING SUPPLIER INSIGHTS

  • Demystify Payment Security For The Small Business Owner
    Demystify Payment Security For The Small Business Owner

    Business owners are making life easy for cybercriminals. Despite the deluge of recent news about payment data theft, many small business owners still mistakenly believe they are not a target. With that mind-set, they will not learn about payment security until it is too late. This is where you, the reseller, can add value. At a time when your technology no longer differentiates you, your knowledge and willingness to take care of your customers can. You can educate business owners about the worsening state of payment security today and what is needed to protect their businesses. Here is what small business owners need to know.

  • Restaurant POS Can Handle Wave Of Crowds At Jersey Shore
    Restaurant POS Can Handle Wave Of Crowds At Jersey Shore

    Hurricane Sandy. Lightning storms. Flooding. These are the punches that Mother Nature has dealt restaurant managers at the Jersey shore in recent years. Also a challenge for these managers is running a business during the busy summer months. Everything, especially the point of sale system, has to be up and running at top performance during these peak times.

  • How To Outsell Your Competition Instead Of Yourself
    How To Outsell Your Competition Instead Of Yourself

    VARs and MSPs can discover a new selling approach that works in today’s crowded business technology space. With increasing competition and decreasing product differentiation, resellers and service providers can no longer sell based on product features, an approach that worked in the past. Learn about this new approach that focuses on determining the customer’s needs first.

  • Solutions Provider Looks To Future With New Cutting-Edge POS Solutions
    Solutions Provider Looks To Future With New Cutting-Edge POS Solutions

    As a second-generation POS dealer, Delaware Valley Registers, Inc. (DVR) has had to make many adjustments to its business over the years to remain relevant. With the rapid pace of technological change in the retail and restaurant markets, resellers need a strategy to stay ahead of trends and provide their customers with the most powerful, secure, and cutting-edge solutions. For solutions providers who don’t, the result is typically them going out of business.

  • Merchant Services Provider Alaska Financial Goes All-In On POS
    Merchant Services Provider Alaska Financial Goes All-In On POS

    Today, selling merchant services without any sort of value-add is a recipe for disaster. Those in this business suffer from shrinking margins and high attrition rates when competing on price alone. Some ISOs and agents, however, have adjusted their business model to address these trends.

  • Sell The Benefits Of Big Data For Small Business
    Sell The Benefits Of Big Data For Small Business

    “Big Data” has become a buzzword in the business world, but many retailers and restaurateurs don’t know how it impacts their business. When VARs and MSPs understand how sales, employee performance, inventory, and customer behavior data empowers small businesses to improve operations and boost bottom lines, they sell more products and services to retailers and restaurateurs.

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