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PAXCON 2019 PAX – A Real World Disruptor – Mobile Marketing Article

PAX, a global leader in payment terminals, POS systems and kiosks, hosted its second annual PAXCON partner conference at the Sawgrass Marriott Resort in Ponte Vedra Beach this week. The event was attended by several hundred market leading ISVs, ISO’s, POS hardware resellers and systems integrators from the US, Canada, and the Caribbean. PAX and their vertical market partners delivered two full days of product announcements, market opportunities, and how to profit from their new technologies down the payment commerce…

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Head: The Backward Philosophy of Technology Investments Author: Tim Dubes, Vice President of Marketing at Ocrolus – Mobile Marketing Article

When you make a substantial technology investment for your company, are you thinking: “I’d like to deploy a system where I can take the most mundane aspects of my processes and get better at them?” Or do you think “I’d like to eliminate the most mundane aspects of my process.” At first glance, it may seem like a semantical spin on the same concept, but in practice the two statements lead to very different approaches and outcomes. Consider the process…

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Blending Offline and Online Commerce with Advanced Payments Technology – Mobile Marketing Article

Amy Zirkle, Vice President of Industry Affairs, the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) Technology by its nature changes the market. The introduction of efficient solutions spurred by technology to meet consumer demand creates new positive effects across an economy. Plenty of industries – entertainment, transportation, the press, and retail, for example – have experienced changes to business models, delivery methods and their competitors due to the development and deployment of new technologies. And of course, technology creates entirely new markets. The…

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4 Tips for Reducing Your DSO By Brandon Spear, President at MSTS – Mobile Marketing Article

Patience is an increasingly important virtue for B2B businesses. According to a study of 27,000 companies around the world, the average days sales outstanding (DSO) is 64 days. Meanwhile, one out of every four businesses wait at least 88 days before being paid. Take back control of your cash flow with strategies that deliver payments sooner rather than later. From implementing Credit as a Service (CaaS) to providing additional payment options, identifying ways to minimize DSO can eliminate many of…

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