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Should retailers worry about offering WiFi services?
Without employing a viable Wi-Fi network, businesses could be missing out on a host of potential opportunities, in terms of operations, marketability, satisfaction, and sales.
Alan Watson, Barron McCann | 11th November 2014
The dangers of the Christmas period, and how businesses can avoid them
Hardware failures are a source of constant annoyance and disruption for business throughout the year, but when these failures occur at Christmas, it can be more damaging than ever
Alan Watson, Barron McCann | 17th October 2014
IT Purchasing: If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got
The world of technology a confusing place, however, this does not mean that retailers should carry on purchasing IT without understanding exactly how it delivers value to the organisation
Alan Watson, Barron McCann | 29th September 2014
Putting POS in the palm of your hand
TISSL's Stuart Coetzee extols the virtue of mobile POS devices. As tools in a restaurant's armoury that can speed up ordering and table service and make for happier diners, more upselling and increased table turn, they are hard to beat.
Stuart Coetzee, TISSL | 11th April 2013
My Top Tech Predictions for 2013
From the demise of the network provider to the rise in influence of 'social signals' and open source solutions, technology expert Ruth Cheesley, founder of Virya Technologies, reveals her top tech predictions for 2013.
Ruth Cheesley, Virya Technologies | 18th January 2013
It's 8 PM: Do you know where your orders are?
In a matter of a decade, retail has come to mean multiple sales channels that include not just stores but also e-commerce, m-commerce (mobile), f-commerce (Facebook), s-commerce (social) and v-commerce (video-enabled).
Craig Sears-Black, Manhattan Associates | 9th November 2012
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