Austin, TX – October 18, 2013 – Motion Computing, a leading global provider of rugged mobile technology solutions, announced today a new whitepaper for retailers considering a mobile point of sale (Mobile POS) solution. 13 Unlucky Lessons Learned: Deploying Mobile Point of Sale with iOS highlights lessons technology veteran David Sipp and other retailers have learned from their Mobile Point of Sale deployments. In addition to stating the challenges of iOS and other consumer devices in enterprise retail environments, the whitepaper outlines several things to consider before searching for a Mobile POS solution. A few tips from the whitepaper are outlined below:
- Workflows Should Drive the Technology Implementation vs. the Implementation Driving the Workflows
Mobility should improve customer experiences. Attention should be focused on avoiding implementing mobility in places where it is not needed or doesn’t fit. Consider specific workflows that will enhance sales and customer loyalty, then architect solutions to fit these.
- Introduce Change at a Pace the Matches Your Workforce
One of the most common tenants of organizational behavior is that people resist change. When considering a Mobile POS solution, gauge the willingness of store managers and associates to embrace new practices. A staff that feels that too much is changing will be resistant to the change.
- Choose Technology that Works within the Current Environment
Retailers each have a unique architecture, developed specifically for their business needs. Adding Mobile POS should not force most of the existing methods to change. Demand solutions that fit your needs and you will realize the full benefits of a mobile retail environment.
Download the complete whitepaper here to read all the 13 unlucky lessons learned and gain tips for Mobile POS implementation success.
About David Sipp
David Sipp is a 20 year veteran in IT. Having worked in various industries he brings a broad set of experiences to the table. He has spent the last three years focused on Enterprise Mobility and the many issues companies face as they try to leverage this opportunity. He holds many industry certifications including MCT and CISSP.
About Motion Computing
Motion Computing® empowers businesses worldwide with technology solutions designed to optimize the performance of mobile workers. Building on a foundation of award-winning technical expertise and decades of industry experience, the Motion® team makes it their business to understand your business. Through industry-leading rugged tablet PCs, tailored accessories and services – Motion delivers mobile technology solutions customized to business workflows. Purposely built for vertical markets including field service, healthcare, utilities, construction, retail, public safety and first responders - Motion’s suite of mobile technology solutions improves worker productivity, data accuracy and security, while enabling real-time decision making at the point-of-service. Customers report lower operational expenses, increased efficiency and enhanced customer service. Motion makes its solutions available through a global network of value added resellers and distributors. For more information, visit www.motioncomputing.com.
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