Increase Profits Quickly With A State-Of-The-Art POS System

In the vast world of merchant services, technology is an expansive subject that is constantly open to change, as the speed of tech often baffles business-owning individuals seeking to keep up with trends. Not only are cash exchanges becoming more and more obsolete with each passing day, it’s also quite clear that older POS (point of sales) technologies are barely keeping up,too. For instance, if your business’s device isn’t wireless, it’s quite possible that you are deterring customers by making them walk up to certain parts of the counter to pay.In this way, it’s important to update not only one’s business model, but the tools with which business-owners actualize these models.

Without some kind of wireless capabilities, a credit or debit card terminal runs the risk of becoming a burden upon one’s business and, ultimately, slowing down the flow of transactions. One is hard-pressed, then, to keep making use of outdated tech, insofar as it has the potential to foil prospective clients attempting to make a fast and easy payment on the go.

No matter the nature of your business – be it a bar or restaurant, a pharmacy or clothing store – there is always the potential to improve upon an already effective business model. These improvements, then, are likely to be minute or seem extraneous, but they nevertheless often result in a great deal of benefits for customers and employees alike. Newer POS devices are exemplary, for example, in their speediness – never before have we seen transactions made so swiftly and with such little effort; companies like the MALAQY GROUP are well-known for their use of reliable technologies, when it comes to either software, hardware, or even customer tech support.

This speed – while it is a benefit in itself – does not compromise the safety of consumers or business owners; most of the hardware that constitutes point of sale terminals makes use of special tactics to evade vulnerabilities that an everyday hacker would seek to exploit. More specifically, a great deal of emphasis has been made on encryption techniques in recent years. This describes how information is manipulated to seem useless and innocuous until it reaches its destination, such that personal banking info is utterly unreadable to anyone outside of the transaction. Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) is a particularly useful form of encryption that should be intrinsic to the devices you offer your customers as modes of payments. Indeed, the safety of the transaction ought to be prioritized, because if one party – the customer – is affected by fraud, then so is your business.

No doubt, the integrity of any and all capitalistic endeavors in the Twenty-First Century depends upon keeping one’s tech up-to-date, as debit and credit card terminals continue to evolve, so be sure to look to your debit or credit card terminals the next time you find yourself updating your current business model, with the hope of authentically adapting it to this new phase of the twenty-first century.

Adam Torkildson