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Mobile point of sales systems give business owners the competitive advantage they need to stay one step ahead of rivaling retailers.
Traditional retail POS is making room for mPOS, which is impacting retail in a number of positive ways.
Mobile payment solutions are increasingly critical - but what's the best way to integrate them without breaking the bank?
Many merchants across the US do not accept NFC payments even though they have the ability to do so. What's stopping businesses from supporting NFC?
What if customers could use their smartphones to connect directly to merchant POS systems to pay for goods and meals? How would you set this up?
By 2020, 150 million U.S. consumers will regularly use mobile payments. How can merchants ensure that their systems are ready once mobile payments turns the corner?
What are the repercussions of integrating mobile payments into a merchant's operations? In this article, we'll review mobile wallet security concerns.
Employee theft accounts for 4 percent of restaurant sales. What steps can these businesses take to reduce credit and debit card fraud?
Mobile-based POS systems enable merchants to reduce in-store checkout times, provide pay-at-the-table experiences and process multiple payment methods.
Mobile EMV options with Datacap Systems
If retailers and merchants don't implement and support EMV technology, what other options are there for securely processing payments?
As many retailers have likely already begun to see for themselves, the mobile payments trend has not been quite as fast-moving as most analysts expected thus far, with most consumers still using traditional transaction methods such as credit cards.
Retailers that do not embrace the modern era of integrated payments in a timely fashion will often struggle to maximize their revenues and brand stature.
Mobile wallet technologies are in their infancy, but they are undoubtedly the future of point of sale transactions.
People are paying for goods in a variety of ways these days, using everything from conventional payment tools such as cash and credit cards to newer offerings like mobile payments and loyalty.
Mobile payments have been among the most spoken-about topics in transaction processing conversations throughout the retail, restaurant, banking and financial services sectors for years now.
Mobile point-of-sale systems may be one of the most disruptive introductions into the restaurant business in recent years.