7 Steps to Choosing The Right Safe
Hansab's partner Gunnebo wrote about how to choose the best safe for your home or office. We are bringing you the 7 steps of how to make the right decision when choosing a safe.
1. Don't help the thief
Feeling that any level of protection is better than none can be deceiving. If you buy a safe that has not been tested and certified, you will help the thief, as you have put all your valuables in one place. Even more, when a small safe is not attached to the floor or wall, means the burglar can simply take it home and open at his leisure.
5 Security Trends from IFSEC London
On the 21-23 June, the world’s number one security innovation event IFSEC took place at Excel London. IFSEC is the gathering place for security professionals to learn about new product innovations, network with over 30000 visitors and collect useful tips from expert speakers. Hansab UAB field manager Donatas Zuzevičius participated in the event and gives an overview of the main trends in security industry.
Enabling Card Payment for Small Merchants
Hansab, together with Swedbank, implemented a unique solution in the Baltics – the Smart Terminal, also known as mPOS. The new solution allows small merchants to accept card payment everywhere with cost efficient smart terminal.
Priit Ivanov: The Developments In Customer Flow Management Systems
In today’s world, the customer service sector often faces a situation where the modern person prefers to use online services and offices see less and less visitors. At the same time, visitors are significantly more demanding and require a more professional approach and convenience from the service sector.
Speeding Up EMV
A big complaint merchants hear from cardholders using their EMV chip cards at stores is that they think it’s slow - the transaction takes a long time to process when compared to magstripe. The process of swiping a magstripe card is perceptually faster as the customers swipe their cards and immediately put it back in their purse/wallet as the purchases are totaled, and the terminal works on processing the transaction. However, in an EMV transaction, cardholders insert the chip card and wait patiently as it authenticates the payment.
International Pharmacy Retailer Replaces Static Content with HD Video Walls in Estonia and Lithuania
BENU Pharmacies, part of the International PHOENIX Group, has implemented a digital signage solution from Hansab as part of a companywide initiative to replace printed advertising with digital content to deliver a better retail experience and grow brand loyalty.
Konica Minolta Acquires the Majority Stake in MOBOTIX, Setting the Foundation for Future Growth
Konica Minolta Inc. Tokio, Japan, has signed an agreement for the purchase and transfer of approximately 65% of the shares of MOBOTIX AG, Hansab’s partner and a long-term supplier, from the major share holders. Dr. Ralf Hinkel has informed the company that he will stay in the supervisory board and will continue the strategic development of MOBOTIX.
Sven-Olof Husmark: Future Stores Need to Inspire and Offer Extra Value
In the end of April, Hansab Estonia held a client seminar "Improving Customer Experience“. In the medieval tower of Kiek in de Kök in Tallinn, more than 60 people listened to experts of retail, customer flow management and customer service. Sven-Olof Husmark, vice president and CMO of Qmatic was also there and spoke about the future of retail.
The Latest Annual Report Marks 25 Years of Business Innovation and Security
This year's annual report marks watershed for Hansab companies. Inside of the annual report you will the latest information about our companies', key projects, developments and near future plans. This year, it as well features a keynote about Hansab brand development and growth within the Post-soviet Baltics.
System on Chip (SoC) and HTML5 software by Signagelive allows PayPost to reduce its dependency on posters and streamline operational processes
Signagelive, global suppliers of a cloud- based digital signage platform and its channel partner, Hansab UAB, have been selected by Lithuania’s postal network of financial services, PayPost, to provide a countrywide digital signage network based on the Samsung Smart Signage Platform (SSSP) and powered by Signagelive SoC software.