JCN Prepares Cactus Sports for the Rush of Returning ASU Students with New LightSpeed POS Saving Them Thousands of Dollars in Wasted Fees

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JCN, LLC helps Cactus Sports rip out their costly PC based point of sale system and install the Apple based LightSpeed Pro POS. The Tempe AZ retailer says it will pay for itself.

Even though our POS at the time was only a few years old, the costs for support and web hosting were huge. The sooner we could replace it with LightSpeed, the sooner we could stop bleeding cash.

Cactus Sports (http://www.cactussports.com), a licensed provider of ASU gifts, Arizona State apparel and Sun Devils gear, was tired of the on-going high costs and poor performance of their PC based retail point of sale system. So, they scrapped it and turned to Phoenix based JCN LLC to install the Apple Macintosh and iOS based POS system, LightSpeed Pro.

JCN (Johnson Consulting Network) is a certified member of the Apple Consultants Network and one of the best reviewed Apple Consulting companies in Phoenix. Whitney Johnson, JCN's founder, explained why his company became a LightSpeed reseller, "Because of the widespread popularity of iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads, business owners began asking us for Apple based business solutions. We did our research and LightSpeed was already way ahead of their competitors. We began using the software in our own business operations, then trained and certified to become official resellers of LightSpeed (http://www.lightspeedretail.com) systems."

Now with "Pro" reseller status, JCN has installed LightSpeed systems all across the valley. From a one person, one laptop, home-party style operation to a multi-store, multi-station retailer using all of LightSpeed's advanced features including the tightly integrated online store, and iPod line-breaking handheld solutions just like those being used in Apple retail stores.

Troy Scoma, owner of Tempe's Cactus Sports knew he had to stop using his PC based point of sale system. "The sooner the better," he said. He explained why he was in such a hurry, "Even though our POS was only a few years old, the costs for support and web hosting were huge. The sooner we could replace it with LightSpeed, the sooner we could stop bleeding cash. We figure the money we'll save will pay for the new system in under two years."

For additional information or to schedule a demonstration of the LightSpeed Pro retail point of sale system, contact Whitney Johnson at JCN (http://www.jcn.com/pos/). Macintosh, iPad, iPod, and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

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