Bally’s hotel in Las Vegas is hosting a two-day Retail IT VAR Of The Future Conference, powered by Business Solutions. The conference will be addressing mobile payment solutions on 12-13th May.
28 speakers will be talking about Customer Experience, POS-as-a-Service, Payment Processing/EMV and Mobile POS over the two-day period.
The data for the four topics was compiled by surveying retailers of all sizes on their technological requirements and studying analysts’ data on the market. Readers of Business Solutions Magazine were also surveyed.
Conference speakers include the likes of Kelly Funk, president and CEO at RSPA (Retail Solutions Providers Association), and Suzanne Chen, partner at Amber Systems Technologies. Also speaking is Mike Nicholson, co-founder and COO at POSitive Technology and an expert on point of sale (POS) applications.
“We built the education for this event just like we write articles in our magazine so we can give attendees real-world advice that can directly impact their business. We have two excellent keynote speakers, five VAR/ISV panels, two breakout sessions, and two on-stage interviews that will become live case studies.” said Business Solutions editor-in-chief Mike Monocello
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