(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Lavu Inc. will be hosting their second-annual International Specialist conference, with announcements of innovative products for new business verticals and developments of interest to those watching the competitive cloud-based iPad POS space. Lavu Connect 2014 will be held April 11th through the 13th in Bernallilo, New Mexico, located 20 miles north of Albuquerque, and will be attended by Lavu partners from 12 countries.
This conference will cover new sales and marketing strategies, future product developments, and details about advancements made to existing products. A highlight will be information about the anticipated Lavu Hospitality software suite, to be sold exclusively by Connect attendees. Each of the five training sessions in Connect 2014 will offer Q&A opportunities with Lavu Inc. management. New technology and partnership announcements with industry-leading corporations are scheduled.
“One of the benefits of being a Lavu reseller is the yearly Lavu conference, where you can meet other Lavu Specialists and partners from all around the world and share successful strategies,” said Bank Thanapon from Thailand. Thanapon has set up more than 65 locations with Lavu iPad POS since he founded his company SoftLavu in October of 2012. “In terms of income and profit, Lavu has a great system for Specialists. You can earn earn points toward free software licenses with the more clients you have.”
“Lavu empowers its Specialists like no other, and I certainly share and respect their ‘if they succeed, we succeed’ philosophy,” said Borja Zamora, a reseller in the tech hub of San Francisco. “Working with POS Lavu has been a pleasure since the beginning. Its flexibility and design make it a sexy product, and the whole team’s responsiveness and willingness to help never ceases to amaze me.”
“You shouldn’t settle for less than the best when it comes to a product as critical to your business as a point of sale system,” continued Zamora. “Tablet-based POS systems are a natural step that are redefining the service industry, with all the advantages of traditional systems and very few of the drawbacks.” Rather than struggling in tech-saturated San Francisco, Zamora’s company, Service Industry Technologies (SIT) is thriving due to increasing interest in cloud-based wireless POS. Zamora said, “Increasing competition, you ask? We keep doubling our sales year after year.”
Recently, Lavu Specialist Jason Feemster and his company POSUSA have expanded from central New Mexico to serve the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas area. “After being introduced to Lavu iPad POS, we knew right away that mobile point of sale systems like Lavu were game changers in the POS Market,” said Feemster. Since Feemster foundedPOSUSA, he has brought Lavu iPad POS to over 80 fine dining restaurants, bars, and chain locations.
“Working with Lavu means partnering with a pioneering company expanding a product that is improving success rates for businesses of all sizes,” said Zamora. Thanapon agreed, “Being a Lavu Specialist is one of the best choices I’ve ever made in my life.”
Lavu Connect 2014 will be held April 11th through the 13th at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa in Bernallilo, New Mexico, located 20 miles north of Albuquerque, and will be attended by partners from 12 countries. Those interested in attending may inquire by contacting Lavu Inc. at 855-767-5288. The press is encouraged to attend.
About Lavu Inc.
Founded in Albuquerque, NM, and operating worldwide, Lavu Inc. was formed as a solution to common point of sale problems and restaurant industry issues. Lavu Inc. offers POS Lavu as a full-featured point of sale software solution at a fair price. Through cloud computing, wireless mobility, and multi-touch devices, Lavu POS redefines the entire approach to restaurant business management.