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LinkEdge Fan: Joe Berman

February 8, 2016 No Comments

Joe Berman, Owner of Sunday Cycles bike shop in Phoenix Arizona, was following his dream of being the “CTS” Chief Toilet Scrubber” and creating a seriously cool locally owned bike shop, where people stop by daily just to eat some popcorn, check out Joe’s latest Fat Bike creation, or pick up essential riding supplies. Joe created a bit of a cult following with his over the top personal service, charitable organizations he’s involved in, and his never ending support of the local business owner. On Social Media, Joe is the first to post about local events, anything relative to cycling and some seriously funny feeds from a deep network of on-line and real-time  friends.

Driving inbound traffic into Sunday Cycles was not a problem for Joe. Where Joe needed help was to simplify the ordering process, keeping track of inventory and simply manage his store remotely. Joe had been using a nationally recognized Point of Sale application, but was extremely unsatisfied with the support and ease of use, and was ready to make a switch. After researching many web based, point of sale applications, Joe decided on a local referral, and signed up with LinkEdge, a small POS company with an intuitive interface and an impressive leadership resume.

Joe immediately realized the potential return on his investment when he started doing inventory, and LinkEdge automatically recognized his inventory by the product UPC codes. With the ability to import product feeds from any vendor, the “Mom and Pop” retailer can easily order product and add inventory using vendor supplied UPC Codes. Simply scan any bar code, and LinkEdge will recognize it.

To manage Sunday Cycles remotely, Joe simply logs-in from any Web enabled device to see transaction and invoice details, as well as process orders and manage his database of customers to prep them for his upcoming marketing campaign.

Lastly, Joe understood that LinkEdge was a true merchant advocate when they implemented an EMV solution long before most other leading retail POS systems. “With EMV adoption, the liability for fraudulent transactions shifts to the card issuer. “Thanks LinkEdge for helping me protect my business from fraud” says Joe Berman, Owner of Sunday Cycles.

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Tags: EMV fraud reduction, Linkedge Payments, Strategic Paartnerships

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