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The Challenges Of Mobile Broadband
Supporting continuous broadband satellite connectivity to mobile devices is challenging. While mobile satellite services at lower satellite frequencies (L-band in particular) have been available for some time, these services tend to provide lower rates of speed (less than 400 kbps) and tend to be very expensive as they are charged on a usage basis. Satellite broadband using higher frequency services, such as Ku-band, can provide more bandwidth at a lower cost. But the very nature of these higher frequency services presents a significant challenge for the mobile terminal.
As retailers map out their mobile strategies, consumer engagement should drive their application decision-making.
Despite greater adoption of in-store technology to increase productivity and help drive sales, getting the best out of those solutions remains the great, unfulfilled opportunity for retailers.
I love to hate airlines. I feel like an indentured servant always working off my rewards and benefits. All airlines are all the same to me and I have clawed my way to gold or platinum on every one of the major airlines over the last twenty five years.
Florida tennis afi cionados are familiar with Tennis Plaza, the retail brand that’s dominated the tennis market there for the past decade with fi ve stores; one apiece in Miami, Aventura, and Doral and two in Orlando. The retailer has also expanded its reach through its site at tennisplaza.com, which consistently ranks nationally among the top five e-commerce sites for tennis gear.
ARTICLES FROM INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR RETAILERS
Make Data And Device Security Top Priorities In Mobile POS Deployments
Mobile POS solutions offer convenience and flexibility, but they require a comprehensive, multilayered loss prevention strategy encompassing their placement, usage, and data network vulnerabilities.
Personally Interact With Your Consumers Via Mobile Devices
A mobile device expert says handhelds are evolving purchasing habits.
LP Professionals — Transition To Technology
The role of the LP professional is dramatically changing along with retail technology.
What's Driving The Future Of Loss Prevention?
Loss prevention professionals' duties are undergoing a massive shift as retailers deploy new technologies, and criminals follow suit.
Mobility — Fueling The Store Of The Future
Technology is driving change throughout the retail enterprise, and mobility in the store is a huge part of this change.
Your content is everywhere – on smartphones, tablets, e-readers, laptops or desktops - and iAPPS is built to make you look good on all of them. 44% of the U.S. online population (or about 107 million consumers) ages 8-64, owns a smartphone and uses it daily - up from 31% in 2011
The Lynx™ PDA combines the latest technology in a pocketable and robust package. This state-of-the-art PDA features an 806 MHz processor with 256 MB RAM and 512 MB Flash, all delivered in the industry’s most appreciated ergonomic form factor. The Lynx PDA has handy LED’s to provide instant status on battery charging, good read indicator and keyboard state. It offers a vibrator for customizable alerts and an accelerometer to automatically orient the display.
VeriFone GlobalBay is leading next-generation mobile retail software that significantly enhances retailer-to-consumer interaction. Our patented technology platform generates tangible ROI by driving store traffic, increasing units per transaction (UPTs) and improving the in-store consumer experience.
Mobile Surveys From CFI Group
Smartphones are quickly becoming the preferred method for online browsing and communication for many of your key customers. According to Microsoft research, mobile internet usage is projected to overtake desktop internet usage by 2014. Are you ready?
PAYware Mobile Enterprise
PAYware Mobile Enterprise pairs your Apple iPod touch® or iPad® with VeriFone’s card encryption reader for on-the-spot sales. This sleek, battery-powered handheld device supports all forms of payment technology and the highest levels of data security.
Twisted Pair’s WAVE ® software simplifies communications for enterprises of all sizes by removing technology barriers to seamless interoperability. Unique for its software-only approach and compelling for its unmatched functionality, flexibility and performance, WAVE connects and extends the IP-centric enterprise and the mobile workforce using two-way radio systems, smartphones, desktop IP phones, PCs and industry-standard unified communication and collaboration applications.
The Dayforce commitment to cutting edge technology means we are constantly improving access and streamlining the user interface across platforms and devices.
RETAIL MOBILITY NEWS
Digital Retail Apps Announces Apple Pay Integration For SelfPay Consumer-Led In-Aisle Mobile Payment App
Digital Retail Apps recently announced the availability of its SelfPay mobile shopper app with Apple Pay integration.