Introducing the OpSuite and Verifone P400 Integration

Verifone’s most advanced pin pad device to date, the P400, now integrates with OpSuite Retail Management Software. This highly customisable hardware solution is built on the latest Linux operating system and boasts super-fast processing while maintaining the highest levels of security with PCI PTS 5.x approval.

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The global chip shortage and the impact on retailers

Sadly, empty shelves have been commonplace over the last year and a half, as the Covid-19 pandemic hit supply chains of all descriptions. However, if you have tried to purchase any consumer item containing a computer chip in the last eighteen months such as a new car, a games console or a laptop, you will no doubt have come across severe stock shortages and higher-than-normal prices thanks to the emerging global chip shortage.

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Why Leasing is a Sound Investment

Never has the preservation of working capital been so important in retail. After over a year of lockdowns, restrictions and curbs to free movement (not to mention Brexit!), conserving cash has been a priority for every UK business owner. However, restrictions have also meant that businesses have had to invest in new equipment to ensure covid-19 safety for their employees and their customers, including screens, hand sanitizer and queuing solutions, among other safety measures. If you have had to invest heavily in covid-19 related safety solutions, you may have put your requirements for new EPoS hardware on the back burner, but have you considered leasing your new EPoS equipment?

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Why are retailers choosing cloud-based software?

Cloud-based software is typically described as: on-demand online software using remote data centres for storage.

This type of software has been around for some time now, but many retailers have been slow to adopt a cloud-based approach for their businesses, opting instead for traditional, fully locally installed software. However, according to research conducted by the International Data Group, 18% of businesses are considering adopting cloud-based software in the near future.

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