First Merchant Services Releases New Infographic on Technology’s Powerful Impact on Business Growth in the Hospitality Industry

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The infographic provides insight on technology’s influence in increasing productivity and revenue within the hospitality industry.

First Merchant Services, the most trusted provider of free, state-of-the-art point of sale systems (POS) systems, has released its latest infographic, “How Technology is Changing in the Hospitality Industry.”

Technology is shaping the way businesses are developing in the 21st Century by serving as a vital tool for businesses to increase profit and build strong customer relationships. The infographic, available at First Merchant Services’ blog, depicts statistics on the benefits of integrated point of sale technology as well as on credit card usage trends.

The infographic also offers information on detriments, such as miscalculations and inefficiencies that come with traditional, cash-only methods of practice, while also showing that accepting credit cards with an optimal POS system leads to increased revenue, faster transactions, and reduced financial risks.

First Merchant Services supports the positive growth of businesses within the hospitality industry through its reliable and efficient credit card processing systems. With its high quality POS systems and a low credit card processing rate guarantee, First Merchant Services provides a way for businesses to begin accepting credit cards and taking advantage of the benefits of a POS system in order to increase business productivity at a minimum expense.

About First Merchant Services
First Merchant Services, a strategic sales partner of Harbortouch and a leading national supplier of POS systems, offers free touch-screen point of sale (POS) systems and free electronic cash registers (ECR) with fully integrated credit card processing to retail and hospitality merchants. Establishing a merchant account is easy with First Merchant Services. For more information, visit

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