ProShop | September 12, 2022
Datanomix, the leader in Automated Production Intelligence™, and ProShop ERP, a leading supplier of digital manufacturing management systems, today announced a partnership to help manufacturers deliver more insights from their operational data. The first of many new features delivers automated job costing analytics that compare ProShop target takt times for part production to actual part performance at the machine. The ability to compare ProShop targets to Datanomix actuals and benchmarks offers complete clarity on gross margin performance on a per part basis relative to machining operations while highlighting where the greatest opportunities for margin improvement exist. Partnering with best-in-breed vendors like ProShop ERP is part of a larger strategy of integrating high-impact sources of data into the Datanomix platform, stated John Joseph, CEO and co-founder of Datanomix. We continue to deliver on our vision of being the analytics engine for manufacturing operational data, delivering live end-to-end factory insights that drive business success and empower manufacturers with the digital leverage they need to harvest efficiency. Our partnership with ProShop ERP brings two leading vendors together who share the same values relative to the experience we are trying to deliver for manufacturers. A ProShop ERP integration is now available inside the Datanomix platform. By enabling this integration, Datanomix automatically matches part numbers in the machine code to those from the ProShop ERP system and extracts target takt times. These targets are integrated into the Datanomix Quote Calibration Report to quickly identify opportunities for margin improvement by comparing the ProShop target takt times to Datanomix actuals and benchmarks. Pre-packaged filters in the report show exactly which jobs to work on —Biggest Winners, Biggest Losers, Losers that Could Be Winners, and Winners with Upside— are a Continuous Improvement leader's dream.
"ProShop ERP is built to store and manage the data that's vital to running a factory, helping manufacturers make better decisions for both their front office and their shop floor. What's important to our customers is what's important to ProShop, and by partnering with Datanomix, we're closing a loop that lets our customers tie true machining costs back into our existing job costing and profitability workflows by refining the exact machine utilization times to augment our current labor, out-of-pocket cost and overhead costs. This gives our shared customers a massive advantage in their ability to improve job margins, and completely remove the guesswork from this process with the information being provided by Datanomix."
Paul Van Metre, co-founder and CEO of ProShop ERP
Knowing how much it really costs to produce parts is the holy grail for precision manufacturers when it comes to job costing and quoting said Greg McHale, CTO and co-founder of Datanomix.With Datanomix, manufacturers get operations data directly from CNC machines, offering an incorruptible window into actual job performance derived while running parts because there is no operator input required. Our partnership with ProShop creates a secret weapon for job margin improvement and, ultimately, EBITDA improvement. And it's just the beginning of our plans to accelerate and automate insights for manufacturers. Hill Manufacturing in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, is one of many shared customers excited about the Datanomix and ProShop partnership. According to Mike Payne, president of Hill Manufacturing, We've been a ProShop ERP customer for a while, and as we looked at production monitoring solutions, our ProShop rep suggested Datanomix. We loved the real-time operations data with no operator input, and the integration between the two companies. I can see right in Datanomix if I'm running profitable jobs, and I have the feedback in ProShop when I go to quote the same job again or I'm working on a similar part. This puts me in the driver's seat in controlling my job performance and profitability. A demonstration of the combined solution is available by completing an online form on the Datanomix website at www.datanomix.io/schedule-a-demo/. Existing joint ProShop/Datanomix customers can reach out to Datanomix Support to enable the integration. And if you're attending the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago, Illinois from September 12 - 17, visit the East building and stop by to see Datanomix in booth 135958 and ProShop ERP in booth 133027.
Datanomix delivers Automated Production Intelligence for discrete manufacturers with no operator input required. Its core product set includes its flagship Production Monitoring system, along with Digital GEMBA Boards, and Condition Monitoring systems. Based in New Hampshire, Datanomix exists to provide manufacturers with out-of-the-box reports and workflows that align with the way manufacturing people already work, without the need for manual data crunching or workflow disruption.
ProShop is an ITAR compliant, secure, comprehensive, web-based, and paperless shop management system for small to medium precision metalworking companies. ProShop provides real-time insight into every detail of a manufacturing company and is best described as a Digital Manufacturing Ecosystem (DME). ProShop combines the features of ERP, MES, QMS, CMMS, and other software for machine shops, fabricators, job shops, and contract manufacturers. It serves manufacturers in regulated industries who need tight controls on their process and want exacting and timely information to make the best and most profitable decisions.
Givex | July 14, 2022
Givex Information Technology Group Ltd. announced today the upcoming mid-July launch of GivexPOS in a fine dining restaurant with three Michelin stars in Hong Kong, the first in a five-unit, multi-branded restaurant group.
"In the last 20 years, Givex has proven to be a global tech leader, with more than 100,000 active locations that utilize our POS, gift card, loyalty and other products, Our recent new partnerships in Hong Kong show that GivexPOS is successful in markets across the globe, and in all types of restaurants, from QSRs to fine dining establishments and everything in between. Givex delivers the technology innovation that our partners strive for, We are thrilled to be expanding our reach in Asia, and look forward to being a key partner in our clients' growth."
-John Sydoruk, Givex Managing Director, AsiaGivex.
Givex is a comprehensive global customer engagement and business insights platform. In addition to GivexPOS, Givex offers gift card and loyalty programs, payment systems and robust analytics to help its clients make efficient business decisions.
The recent partnerships in Hong Kong mark the next step in Givex's continued international growth.
Givex (TSX: GIVX;OTCQX: GIVXF) is a global fintech company providing merchants with customer engagement, point of sale and payment solutions, all in a single platform. We are integrated with 1000+ technology partners, creating a fully end-to-end solution that delivers powerful customer insights. Our platform is used by some of the world's largest brands, comprising approximately 100,000+ active locations across more than 100 countries.
InComm Payments | September 06, 2022
InComm Payments, a leading payments technology company, today released its 2022 Annual Payments Report, which found that consumers identified convenience and ease-of-use as the top factors influencing their choice of payment method. These factors coincide with a growing preference for contactless payment methods, specifically Tap & Go and mobile wallets, which rounded out consumers' five favorite ways to pay behind debit, credit and cash. The report drew responses from more than 3,200 U.S. consumers in June 2022.
"Brands and retailers should pay attention to shifting consumer preferences to ensure they can meet expectations for convenient payment experiences,Our report highlights trends and attitudes around traditional and emerging payment methods, examining how consumers navigate the wide range of payment options available today."
Brian Parlotto, Executive Vice President at InComm Payments
Personal Payment Apps and Mobile Wallets on the Rise
When asked about the personal payment apps (PPA) and mobile wallets they use and recognize, a little under half of surveyed consumers said they used a PPA, while one quarter of surveyed consumers said they used a mobile wallet recently. Moreover, approximately two-thirds of PPA users said they were satisfied with their chosen app, and nearly three-quarters of mobile wallet users expressed satisfaction with their payment method. PayPal remained the most popular mobile wallet among respondents, while Ca$h App and Zelle saw the largest increase in reported use.
High Satisfaction from QR Code and Barcode Payment Users
Consumer awareness of QR code and barcode payments was flat year over year, but those who recently used the payment method reported an increase in every perceived benefit of the technology, from fast and easy-to-use to reliable and secure. QR code and barcode payments were the only method in this year's report to experience an increase in every type of benefit perceived by users. Overall, traditional payment methods such as debit, credit and cash remain highly ranked by consumers, although satisfaction and use of credit declined year over year. The survey also captured how consumers would plan to pay in specific situations, such as making an everyday in-store purchase or sending money to someone they personally know, and identified differences in payment methods among generations.
About InComm Payments
InComm Payments is an innovative global payments technology provider. Leveraging dynamic technology and proven expertise, InComm Payments delivers enhanced end-to-end payment platforms and emerging financial technology solutions through a single integration, helping businesses grow across a wide range of industries including retail, healthcare, tolling & transit, incentives, mobile payments, digital currencies and financial services. By enabling omnichannel connections and alternative payment options to an ever-expanding consumer base in an increasingly digital ecosystem, InComm Payments creates seamless and valuable commerce experiences across the globe. With three decades of experience, over 525,000 points of retail and online distribution, 420 global patents and a presence in more than 30 countries, InComm Payments leads the payments industry from its headquarters in Atlanta, Ga
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HiStone | August 08, 2022
ERA HK960, its next-generation POS model, built to drastically improve customer satisfaction via enabling businesses with more flexible, efficient, and secure POS services. Enhanced feature-rich functionality of HK960 coupled with high-end design are geared to meet employees' and customers' expectations while driving better user and shopping experiences. The flagship HK960 POS product has been developed to achieve the core retail and hospitality business goal — to avoid long hours of operations making the customer service faster than ever.
"Customers evolve as they need more secure and personalized services that drive more value to their shopping experiences, This new paradigm stimulates us to deliver the most efficient, market-ready POS solutions that generate business growth and bring customer satisfaction."
-Alex Barannik, Business Development Director at HiStone.
Ultra-thin bezel combined with high brightness
The ultra-thin bezel of just 1.1 cm makes the screen look stylish and corresponds with the time.
The model edges are 1cm and 1.5 cm only; this is why the screen ratio is 82% — HiStone offers your staff the highest possible field of view.
The technology update is more comfortable for the eyes
Next-level power features inside a small, elegant box
The model gets Intel Tiger Lake UP3, the 11th generation of Intel's CPU. The i3-1115G4E with a clock speed from 2.2 GHz to 3.9 GHz is powerful enough, being much more efficient for everyday operations in the long run. HK960 has one of the highest turbo speed (up to 4.2 GHz).
Furthermore, the tech innovative model receives enhanced DDR characteristics: clock speed of 3200 MHz and bandwidth of 31 Gb/s. The response speed is among the core characteristics of POS machines - a few seconds are entirely enough to open the app, display pages, and complete settlement.
HiStone understands the importance of the highest, watertight security; this is why the flagship model utilizes a dual LAN Port connection. HiStone equipped its ultramodern POS machine with 50 000 hours of Mean Time Between Failure. And that sounds quite impressive.
HiStone is among the top world-known developers of retail and hospitality solutions with more than 30-year-experience on the market. All-in-one POSs, box and mobile POS systems, self-checkouts, and other products are available for business.