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The Importance of HALT/HASS Testing

January 12, 2022

Not all POS terminals are created equally—even when an initial look at the spec sheet makes them seem similar. The difference is what’s inside. How the terminal was designed and manufactured. The difference can have a profound effect on the experience you have with the device. Therefore, when considering the price of a POS device, it is also wise to consider total cost of ownership. Some companies design their POS systems to attain a price point. The best products are designed and manufactured—with the help of HALT and HASS testing—to faultlessly meet your needs through a life made long through a commitment to quality and durability.

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Visa Checkout-The Right Choice for Online Retailers

whitePaper | January 27, 2020

A new report from comScore shows clear advantages to online retailers using Visa Checkout to simplify their checkout experience. The results of the report are highlighted below. Consumer retail spend has moved increasingly from in-store to digital, with more than 1 in 10 of U.S. retail discretionary dollars being spent online. As the growth of online and mobile shopping continues to rise, so do customer expectations.

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Environmental Analysis of US Online Shopping

whitePaper | December 22, 2019

Since the advent of the Internet in the 1990s, there has been a significant increase in online shopping in the United States. As online shopping keeps growing, so does the online retail industry. Multiple players are investing either through pure online retailing or by click and mortar retailing, which also has a physical presence and a face-to face experience with their customers. While significant research has been done on the operational, marketing, branding and buying behavior dimensions of both retailing processes.

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Spring 2019 Small Business Owner Report

whitePaper | December 17, 2019

We are pleased to present the spring 2019 Bank of America Small Business Owner Report, a semiannual study that explores the perspectives, aspirations and concerns of small business owners around the country. This spring, entrepreneurs are reporting diminished confidence in the economy and growing concern for a variety of key economic issues, including health care costs, interest rates and the stock market.

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Real-Time Payments Systems & Third Party Access

whitePaper | January 27, 2020

Just as digital technologies have transformed so much of our lives, from access to information to communicating, the adoption of digital payments is fundamentally transforming banking systems, commerce, and societies around the world. Digital payments are full of promise. They can bring new levels of convenience and efficiencies, security and transparency, access and growth. Countries that have rolled out payment systems are already reaping the benefits. However, due to the inherent complexities of financial systems and of deploying digital technology, there is no one-size-fits-all model.

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Microsoft Word Ecommerce in a Global Environment

whitePaper | November 5, 2019

Global e-commerce sales topped $1 trillion for the first time in 2012. Estimates for 2013 indicate a projected growth in online sales of 18.3%, or $1.3 trillion in worldwide annual revenue1 . The regional market share of global e-commerce will also continue to change dramatically in the coming years, with the Asia-Pacific market overtaking North America as the highest e-commerce sales region in the world.

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Retail Automation: Stranded Workers? Opportunities and risks for labor and automation

whitePaper | December 3, 2019

The retail landscape is experiencing unprecedented change in the face of disruptive forces, one of the most recent and powerful being the rapid rise of automation in the sector. The World Economic Forum predicts that 30-50% of retail jobs are at risk once known automation technologies are fully incorporated. This would result in the loss of about 6 million retail jobs and represents a greater percentage reduction than the manufacturing industry experienced. Using Osborne and Frey study1 with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the analysis suggests that more than 7.5 million jobs are at high risk of computerization. A large proportion of the human capital represented by the retail workforce is therefore at risk of becoming “stranded workers.”

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