About POS Portal
POS Portal brings together POS hardware, software, and customer service to facilitate commerce online, offline, and everywhere. The company distributes over 10,000 mobile and traditional POS devices every month, and plays host to the largest referral partner network in the industry. POS Portal also provides CRM tools for merchant sales acquisition.
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Companies that make tech solutions to enable brick-and-mortar retail store operations.
Latest POS Portal News
Aug 9, 2021
‘We’re all about enabling our partners. Our VARs are trying to keep up with changes ahead of customers. We want to make sure they have all the services and offerings they need to be successful,’ says Tony Sorrentino, newly named president of ScanSource’s North America business. By Joseph F. Kovar August 09, 2021, 03:32 PM EDT ScanSource is looking to bring its traditional IT hardware distribution partners and its POS Portal mobile device and point-of-sales distribution partners closer together with the appointment of Tony Sorrentino (pictured) as president of its North America business. Sorrentino, a 22-year ScanSource veteran who until last week served as president of the distributor’s North American specialty segment, is stepping into the newly created role of president of all of its North American business as a way to bring the two businesses closer and build new services including Hardware as a Service, said John Eldh, chief revenue officer of the Greenville, S.C.-based company. “We’ve pulled all the hardware businesses together,” Eldh told CRN. “If you go back to 2015, we’ve been on a journey to identify end-user buying requirements. Bringing all the hardware together in North America lets us wrap more services around the hardware and deliver them to our partner ecosystem.”
POS Portal Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is POS Portal's headquarters?
POS Portal's headquarters is located at 180 Promenade Cir, Sacramento.
What is POS Portal's latest funding round?
POS Portal's latest funding round is Acquired.
Who are the investors of POS Portal?
Investors of POS Portal include ScanSource.
Who are POS Portal's competitors?
Competitors of POS Portal include Ka-ching.
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