Software White Papers

  1. Listening To The Voice Of The Customer
    12/11/2018

    Top findings from the Revulytics Product Management Survey that looks at the importance of customer data, who is using customer data across organizations, what customer data is being most commonly used for, and what tools are most commonly used to collect customer data.

  2. Build Or Buy? Key Considerations In Implementing Software Usage Analytics
    11/19/2018

    Development teams are challenged to build increasingly competitive products, but they must overcome difficult tradeoffs to do so. They must prioritize a mounting backlog of new feature requests, balance innovation with maintenance, manage growing technical debt, improve quality and usability, accelerate delivery, and reduce cost — all at the same time.

  3. Cash Management Solutions For The Cannabis Market
    11/13/2018

    Due to federal legislation, U.S. cannabis dispensaries face the singular challenge of having to process most transactions in cash.

  4. Embracing New POS technology Expands ISVs' Marketing Opportunities
    2/17/2016

    As a new, lighter POS approach emerges, Point of Sale (POS) solutions no longer have to depend on PCs to operate. Depending on a system’s configuration, the new POS model can leverage thin clients such as tablets and handhelds, giving the cashier the freedom to transact business at the point of decision.

  5. SMARTtill™: An Automated Cash Management Technology
    2/17/2016

    Cash Still Rules. It takes money to make money. This old adage certainly holds true for businesses that process cash transactions. Cash costs U.S. businesses $55 billion yearly. While most of that is due to theft, the figure also includes time spent on processing, counting and transporting bills and coins.

  6. Cash Management Solutions: Adding Value With End-To-End Intelligent Cash Recycling Technology
    12/3/2015

    If you think credit and debit cards are about to displace cash for retail transactions, think again. Legal tender remains the most commonly used form of payment, accounting for about 40 percent of U.S. transactions overall, up to two-thirds of purchases under $10, and half of transactions valued at less than $50. “Cash accounts for about 85 percent of global consumer transactions,” according to MasterCard. “In most countries the cashless journey has only just begun.” So while plastic and electronic payments have been hailed as the currency of the future, there is a long way to go.

  7. Why ISVs Should Integrate Cash Recycling Into POS Systems
    10/26/2015

    As cash-handling industries such as retail and food service evolve, cost-efficient ways to process cash are a must. Mechanical and manual methods no longer adequately support businesses, as evidenced by the $50 billion of retail revenue lost yearly to theft. ISVs that integrate intelligent cash management solutions such as cash recyclers into their solutions help clients meet tough challenges, protect their businesses, and improve their chances at longterm success.

  8. Don't Forget The Cash: Cash Drawers Essential To POS Solutions Development And Configuration
    2/2/2015

    As a new, lighter POS approach emerges, Point of sale (POS) solutions no longer have to depend on PCs to operate. Depending on a system’s configuration, the new POS model can leverage thin clients such as tablets and handhelds, giving the cashier the freedom to transact business at the point of decision.

  9. Cash Management Solutions: The Emerging Opportunity For POS Dealers
    10/22/2014

    If you think credit and debit cards are about to displace cash for retail transactions, think again. Legal tender accounts for as much as 40 percent of transactions overall and up to two-thirds of purchases under $10. So while plastic and electronic payments often have been pegged as the currency of the future, the oft-predicted cashless society is nowhere in sight.

  10. Addressing Security And Connectivity With Cash Drawer Configuration Options
    9/26/2014

    As a new, lighter point of sale (POS) approach emerges, POS solutions no longer require PCs to operate. Depending on a system’s configuration, the new POS model can leverage thin clients such as tablets, handhelds, and IP-enabled cash drawers to bring flexibility and convenience to in-store transactions.