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The downfall of US brick-and-mortar commerce is overblown — despite sharp additions in e-commerce, which will virtually double between now and 2021, the lion’s share of buying continues to take place in-store. And that’s unlikely to change anytime soon, since the on-line environment can’t yet compensate for the reasons clients like brick-and-mortar shopping.
That means the point-of-sale( POS) terminal, which merchants use to accept fees of all types and to terminated transactions, isn’t going nowhere. But that doesn’t want it’s not changing. As brokers look to cut costs amidst switches in buyer patronize attires, POS terminals, which were once mainly hardware offerings apply exclusively for remittance agreement, are advancing into full-service, thorough mixtures. These new POS terminals are plying an array of business management mixtures and connected furnishes to complement remittance services. See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider
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