By partnering with a payment solution provider that understands how these systems work and what it takes to optimize them, any retailer can ensure it keeps customer information safe at all times, even when traffic skyrockets.
Month: October 2013
During an incident at Adobe, 2.9 million users potentially had their IDs, encrypted passwords and credit card information was accessed by unseemly individuals and that number could now be up to 38 million.
With the help of a payment solution provider that understands the complicated nature of point of sale security, any organization can improve its protocols and avoid a lawsuit like the one Natural Provisions faced.
The numbers show that the use of point-of-sale technology will triple over the next five years.
Criminals are always looking for a loop hole and a proper software POS solution can help keep those closed and information safe.
A factor to slow cloud-based POS adoption is the system would be required to process customer credit card information, which can be a touchy subject in a world with growing cyber threats.
Choosing what kind of point of sale solution an organization adopts can be complicated because the marketplace is evolving at a rapid pace.
The POS options currently on the market will evolve faster in the next five years than they have in the last century.
With the help of a payment solution provider, any merchant can implement the latest solutions and improve the options they present to their customers, while taking their operations to a new level.
A glitch in the national welfare systems credit card processing software allowed some Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card users to have either an unlimited limit or they were not allowed to purchase anything at all.