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Appleseed Business Machines Launch Partnership With Future POS

Appleseed Business Machines recently launched the partnership with Future POS in order to provide the top of the line point of sales systems to their clients.

Fitchburg, MA (PRWEB) August 07, 2014

Appleseed Business Machines are now offering point of sales systems like Future POS, which is one of the most advanced retail sales technology in the industry. Future POS offers consumers the ability to see the entire menu online and to order from the convenience of their home or business computer anytime. It also offers a mobile ordering system and remote control to check store data from your mobile phone. Point of sale software can cost a pretty penny. When making the decision to purchase, one wants to make sure they are making an informed decision.

Appleseed Business Machines offers commercial copy machines, printers, scanners, cash registers, Touch Screen POS, and surveillance systems, and now, they also are authorized to sell Future POS advanced Point Of Sales Systems.

Appleseed Business Machines offers the best brands and top quality service when it comes to POS systems. They serve Fitchburg, Leominster, MA and many areas in the Worcester County here in Massachusetts.

About Appleseed Business Machines:

Owned by Kevin Smith, Appleseed Business Machines provides a great collection of brand name office machines sales and service to Fitchburg, Leominster, MA and Worcester County. This is a family-owned and operated company that uses their 20 years in the business to provide expert advice, which makes it easier for one to make the right purchase decision.

Source: http://finance.boston.com/boston/news/read/27912524/Appleseed_Business_Machines_Launch_Partnership_With_Future_POS

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How Managed Print Services Can Be Your Printer Manager

"One of the biggest headaches plaguing all IT managers is printer management. While the IT staff should be focused on network administration, configuration, and planning they spend much of their time handling help desk calls to deal with routine printer problems such as low toner or paper jams. Using managed print services as the company’s printer manager will save both time and money. It also offers new opportunities for resellers to bring more value to their customers."

"According to IDC, managed print services can reduce the overall cost of office printing by 20 to 30 percent. Part of that saving is a 7 to 14 percent reduction in printer-related help desk calls. There is real benefit from managed print services in administrative cost savings alone depending on the number of printers scattered throughout the organization and the number of supplier relationships."

Read more at: http://goo.gl/hoZCDL

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#services #printservices #printers   #printersandcopiers  

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Four cost-effective POS systems for small businesses.

How do you want the POS system to work for your business?

"One of the hardest pieces of software for small businesses to find is the Point Of Sale (POS) system, because these products are often too expensive (e.g., QuickBooks POS) or too complicated to set up and use. Here are four POS software titles that I feel are best suited for small businesses. The list is a mixture of Windows, Linux, and web-based software titles that will do the job easily and reliably. All the products are cost effective, easy to set up and use, and run on standard PC hardware."

Read more: http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/tr-dojo/four-cost-effective-pos-systems-for-small-businesses/

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#possystem   #fitchburgma   #smallbusinessmarketplace  

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Have a Successful day!

Happy Friday to all!

Via +HaFsaH Hashmey 

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Why Customer Service Technology Can’t Replace Humans

"Remember when self-checkout and mobile e-commerce were considered “futuristic” technology? How about when only the brand-spanking-new gas stations had pay-at-the pump? That wasn’t very long ago. And today, we stand once again at the threshold of a new era in customer service technology."

"What does that mean for the overall experience? Technology is indeed making transactions faster and more accurate. But in the process, our chances to make truly human connections are beginning to disappear."

"Some companies are getting ready to take the next step towards an experience created completely by machines."

Read more: http://360connext.com/customer-service-technology-replace-humans/

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#technology   #customerservice   #customerexperience   #customersatisfation  

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6 Unconventional Ways to Be More Productive

Many times at work places we can easily distracted. Change couple simple routines and make your work day more productive.

"Apparently, not everyone agrees with me on this one, judging from some emails and Twitter feedback. I've posted on social networks before that it is not your job to compensate for someone else doing a poor job. Anyone in a leadership role might feel compelled to make amends for an underperforming employee, and I'll admit there are times when that's warranted. Your own productivity suffers when you view it as your job to constantly make up for the inefficiencies of others. Maybe Margaret in accounting just needs to finish that report on her own without your help."

Read more: http://www.inc.com/john-brandon/6-unconventional-ways-to-be-more-productive.html

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Would You Fight to Keep Your CEO? Supermarket Workers Offer Leadership Lesson

How do feel when your CEO is gone? The one that has helped you and your family through rough times? Things have changed in Grocery market world, with greed of the investment board. What are your thoughts?

"I live in New England where an amazing demonstration of employees supporting their leader is occurring - right now."

"For those of you that haven't seen it, employees of the 71 grocery stores that make up the MarketBasket supermarket chain are picketing and fighting to get the CEO they adore back to work. Known as, "Arthur T." to the employees, he was ousted by the company's board recently. Employees love and respect the ex-CEO who knew everyone by name, paid fair wages, and was known for always doing the right thing for staff. He had a reputation for being a 'people before profits' leader. Now, the employees want him back, and they are going to great lengths to do so."

Read more: https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140728151045-7668018-would-you-fight-to-keep-your-ceo-supermarket-workers-offer-leadership-lesson?trk=object-title

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Does Virgin America Have Too Many Frills to be a Good Stock?

This would be interesting, Virgin America is going public. Are you ready to purchase the stock?

"After turning a small profit in 2013, Virgin America is ready to go public. One question the seven-year-old airline may face from investors: Are you folks too nice to travelers to make money?"

"The U.S. airline industry’s robust turnaround has come from a well-documented proliferation of new fees, higher fares, less competition, and fewer flights on many routes. In other words, what’s good for a passenger is typically awful for an airline’s finances—and vice versa. That tension has played out for years at JetBlue Airways (JBLU), which styles itself as a “hybrid” carrier offering spacious legroom and free satellite TV and snacks. JetBlue—like Virgin America and Southwest (LUV)—falls into the middle tier of airlines, between the extreme discounters, such as Spirit (SAVE), Frontier, and Allegiant (ALGT), and the full-service global airlines, such as American (AAL), Delta (DAL), and United (UAL)."

"JetBlue and Virgin America garner a fare premium on only som.."

Read more: http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2014-07-28/does-virgin-america-have-too-many-frills-to-be-a-good-stock#r=rss

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#virginamerica   #stock  

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How successful people deal with setbacks

Starting your own business can be frustrating. But there is proof that many people go through many obstacles to get on the right track. You have to dream, now drive and make it happen.

"Failure separates the wheat from the chaff. If you have trouble dealing with failure, mimic those who deal with failure and use it to grow stronger. The successful know how to use failure as a motivation to reevaluate their goals, how to figure out a plan B that will lead to success."

Read more: http://holykaw.alltop.com/how-successful-people-deal-with-setbacks

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#successtips   #businesstips   #entrepreneur   #businessowners   #fitchburgma   #massachusetts  

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Google Plus offers several unique features, including Google Plus Communities, that Facebook and Twitter can’t quite give you. Still unsure about how to successfully market yourself on Google Plus or what its Google Plus Communities can offer you?

http://socialgarden.com.au/google/need-focus-little-bit-time-google-plus-communities/

#digitalmarketing #googleplus #socialmediamarketing #authority #seo #smallbusiness  
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