the Move to IP at the Point of Sale: the Juggernaut Gains Momentum...

Friday 22 October 2004 11:53 CET | News

Research and Markets has released The Move to IP at the POS: The Juggernaut Gains Momentum... to their offering. Weve become accustomed to the Internet over the last decade, but the Internet, as we know it is limited in its reach -- it resides on desktops and a few high-end cell phones.

With IP POS, that is set to change; the POS terminal is unshackled and had been given the bandwidth to become a device that truly enhances the customer experience. While there are plenty of opportunities, there will also be plenty of pitfalls. Holland sees the IP juggernaut as not being a guaranteed success for all: Highlights of the report include... The evolution of the Pervasive Net -- detailing key areas of growth and the extension of the Internet beyond the PC environment - A comparison of IP vs. Dial-up transactions, highlighting the key advantages provided by transitioning to IP connectivity - A discussion on the value propositions for stakeholders - A projection for the growth in IP at the POS to 2007 by market segment - An analysis of whats happening now for stakeholders including POS vendors, IP Gateways, Processors, Acquirers & Network Systems - A discussion on the downside of IP and the issues that might impede the development of IP at the POS - A discussion on the Future of IP at the POS BR

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