Champions Use On the Fly

In today’s blog, we’re continuing our showcase of the various businesses that have embraced and integrated the power of On the Fly POS into their daily operations. Champions is a colossal 30,000+ square foot complex in Doral featuring a pair of indoor soccer fields with artificial turf installed using standards outlined by FIFA. In fact, … Read more

Managing Your Business as Cities Reopen

With cities relaxing their stay at home orders somewhat and allowing businesses to reopen under certain restrictions, small businesses may have a lot of work to do to prepare and ensure customers, as well as staff, are safe. If your business remained in operation, were there any areas that became difficult to address or could’ve … Read more

Driving Sales with Your POS

Are you familiar with the Pareto principle? It says 80 percent of the revenues come from only 20 percent of customers when viewed through the lens of marketing and sales. The concept is relevant to this day and reinforces the importance of providing your best customers premium treatment while making you think critically about ways … Read more

The Fusion of Online and Physical Sales

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A well-known e-commerce platform is making the news after debuting a “re-imagined” point of sale in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This new POS offers an easy omnichannel strategy that combines electronic and off-line sales, goods and payments, the ability for staff to perform checkouts no matter where they are or at the curbside, to … Read more

Contactless Payment Is the Future

Businesses seeking to allay the fears of customers during the COVID-19 pandemic may need to look beyond social distancing and concentrate their efforts on other areas where they may be issues with safety, such as the checkout experience for instance. Per a recent survey by Mastercard, nearly eighty percent of shoppers around the world are … Read more

Implementing Modern Pickup Solutions into Your Business

As the pandemic continues, businesses are either working overtime or are being forced to close in some states because they are non-essential, Others meanwhile, are running on skeleton crews. As some of these states announce plans to gradually re-open doors, businesses are evaluating how to maximize profits and assist customers. Picking up by the curb … Read more