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Nearly 9 in 10 consumers - 87 percent - say they'll be scouring retail store aisles in search of the perfect holiday gifts, according to recent polling.
Traditional retail POS is making room for mPOS, which is impacting retail in a number of positive ways.
What are the repercussions of integrating mobile payments into a merchant's operations? In this article, we'll review mobile wallet security concerns.
A part of integrating mobile POS systems into merchant operations entails selecting a solution based around Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity.
Line-busting involves strategically placing sales staff throughout the store and equipping them with mobile POS devices capable of completing EMV, magstripe and near-field communication (NFC) transactions.
Tableside payments allow restaurants to reduce card fraud risk, reduce table wait times and increase revenue.
Making the case for mobile-based POS solutions involves understanding how the technology can improve existing merchant operations.
Mobile-based POS systems enable merchants to reduce in-store checkout times, provide pay-at-the-table experiences and process multiple payment methods.
Four prerequisites for any POS provider evaluating a payments solution.
Mobile POS is just what many SMBs have been looking for when it comes to payment processing.
The use of mobile POS devices is on the rise as retailers and merchants recognize three important reasons to start supporting mPOS in their integrated payment environments.
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.
So far, mobile wallet technologies have not made inroads into the marketplace, despite the fact that nearly all smartphones support them.
Mobile technology leads to better engagement from salespeople.
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When businesses consider investing in a mobile point-of-sale system, the "mobile" part of the phrase is generally seen as one of the key selling points
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.
Businesses often look at their products and services as their profit makers, and the point-of-sale system as a tool to help them process payments effectively.