When it comes to mobile payments (mPOS), the idea that ‘one-size-fits-all’ is definitely NOT applicable. Having a variety of options prior to implementing payments mobility helps ensure a successful strategy. Where it is true that having too many options can be overwhelming and time-consuming to pull together, for a variety of reasons, it’s actually better to plan properly instead of just taking a pre-packaged, off-the-shelf option.
Whether it’s an iPad, Android tablet, Kindle, Toughbook, or some other tablet device, they're all essentially the same thing, a collection of electronic components tucked inside a sleek housing and behind a glass screen. But what they can do often improves operational performance, overall sales, and customer service within a business. But before all of that, how a device is physically used must be addressed. Anyone who has used a tablet in some aspect of business for a long period of time knows the problems that come with extensive and long-term use.
The COVID-19 crisis that’s currently gripping the world is without a doubt one of the largest and most impactful events to occur in our lifetime. It has had an impact on virtually every type of business both large and small. Some companies are expressly deemed "essential" and remain open to support the people and infrastructure. However, what do you do if you aren't considered an essential business?
Due to the health crisis of early 2020 and the massive change occurring all over the world, it’ll likely be some time before most businesses and industries have customers who’re comfortable handling their shopping and business needs as they’ve traditionally done in years past. mPOS is the obvious solution!