How to pick the right mPOS solution

June 14, 2017 Payments
By Owen Linderholm, Senior Content Strategist
By Owen Linderholm, Senior Content Strategist

Your business has many reasons to investigate mobile payments solutions but you may not have considered mPOS (mobile Point-Of-Sale). Particularly if your business is principally online, why would you need an in-person solution like mPOS? There are many reasons, but the bottom line is that about 92% of all transactions still happen in person and you could well be turning away revenue.

It’s now far easier to roll out mPOS than it used to be. But that doesn’t mean that aren’t decisions and choices to investigate and make.

To get some ideas about mPOS options and see some examples of real-world success, join us for a webinar we’ve got coming up on mPOS (mobile point of sale) where we look at three specific forms of mPOS and how to tell which implementation is the right one for your business. It’s not as simple as mPOS yes or mPOS no. There are three common approaches you can take to implementing mPOS and you need to pick the right one to optimize your chances of success.

Sign up here or read on to find out more reasons to attend.

If you’ve decided to roll out a mobile point of sale (mPOS) solution or are considering it, there are some things to think about, especially how to go about it. We will cover the following points in this webinar:

  • The three “flavors” of mPOS we’re seeing in the industry today
  • Inherent pros and cons for each option
  • Real-world examples of companies who have implemented each
  • Actionable next steps for your platform

Our speakers are Jennifer Ojeh, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, WePay and Matt Marino, Head of Partnerships at WePay who will act as moderator. Dina Bunting, Account Manager at WePay will also be taking and answering questions live at the end of the main presentation.

Register for the webinar here.

 

About the author

Owen Linderholm, Senior Content Strategist

Owen Linderholm is Senior Content Strategist at WePay. He has previously held content and editorial roles at Yahoo, Microsoft, IDG and the BBC.

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