Point-Of-Sale (POS) devices make payments easier for everyone. But the biggest opportunities are for card issuers and payment processing companies, who get a small fee from billions of global transactions. In the US alone, $52 billion of interchange fees were collected from merchants in 2019 – a 10 percent increase from the previous year. This overall opportunity is set to grow significantly as the world shifts away from cash, and late adopting countries embrace card and contactless payments. However, gaining market share will probably become tougher; rapid innovation in the payments market will increase competition, and new regulations may limit more lucrative fees. As the market grows, but also becomes more challenging, how can those processing POS transactions gain market share and increase revenue? Download our whitepaper to learn how IoT connectivity can increase payments and transaction revenue by 30% and optimise the POS experience for all. Download as a PDF
After 35 days of testing and the completion of 1,741 total tests, the multi-engine SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) sandbox service, with Real-Time Deep Memory Inspection (RTDMI), received a perfect score in the latest ICSA Labs Advan…
IoT is complex. Connecting devices across multiple regions across the globe with the difficulties that this entails is complex. But the IoT market is evolving to deal with these challenges and take the pain away from enterprises. Learn about 3 changes that have happened and what this means for enterprise customers in this short 20 minute webinar from the IoT Tech Expo, presented by Eseye CEO Nick Earle.
What is required to scale IoT successfully? And why have so many companies found IoT so challenging? Eseye CEO Nick Earle will address the complexities of deploying connected devices and show a roadmap as to what is required for success including real world IOT stories from Bosch, Costa Express and more.
floLIVE provides a secure, cloud-based global connectivity service to manufacturers that offer connectivity as additional value-added service to their customers. To enable such service, they must obtain worldwide cellular connectivity. In doing so, they face several barriers such as permanent roaming restrictions, high costs, privacy regulations and more. Download as a PDF
Auto manufacturers are constantly working to improve the electric vehicle (EV) production line. In fact, says Peter O’ Driscoll, managing director, RingGo, new lithium-ion batteries from StoreDot, who provider in fast charging technology, could hail recharging times that make fuelling your EV as easy as topping up petrol at the pump. These five-minute charging times […]
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