Douglas Stewart is President and Co-founder of Quetzal. He has been in the POS business for over fifteen years having successfully overseen a number of retail solution initiatives in the market. His latest POS product aims to answer a number of needs and problems that previous retail systems have not done.
Stewart has written a piece outlining the development of the payment industry’s adoption of POS as an integral solution. He cites the early days as a time of little infrastructure to guide merchants in the payment acceptance process all the way through to the future of payment processors and systems. A look to current and future solutions which include a range of features catering to various aspects across the transaction process gives insight into the direction the sector looks to be heading in.
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