A new version of LightSpeed was released yesterday. Here’s what you need to know.
If you watched the Apple event the other day, chances are that you’ll be looking to upgrade, for free, to the latest and greatest version of the Mac operating system… code named, Mavericks. However, if you use LightSpeed, there is something that you should know.
We’re upgrading and moving our web/email server soon. Here’s what you need to know if you host with us.
You’ve just spent hours upon hours counting and adjusting your inventory in LightSpeed only to find that your costs are incorrect. Well, here’s the solution…
You spoke. You wrote. You yelled from the rooftops… and they heard! LightSpeed 3.9 brings back the preview pane and responds directly to some of the most asked for improvements submitted by their users.
LightSpeed 3.8 has been out for almost two months now and we’ve had a good chance to review it’s pros and cons. Here’s some of the things that you should know, if you’re considering upgrading.
I’m very excited to announce that I performed my first Moneris integration with LightSpeed yesterday and I’m happy to report that it works like a dream! The trick to a quick installation is knowing how to configure the Moneris terminal.
The addition of Gift Cards to LightSpeed happened early on as the developers recognized that this was one of those ‘killer’ features that would allow their users to compete against large stores with more expensive systems. And yet, many of my clients don’t take advantage of this powerful feature.
Recently we learned that LightSpeed had added credit card processing for Canadians in their 3.8 release. This was very exciting news as we’ve been waiting for a very long time for this. Now, with version 1.4 of LightSpeed for iPad, we can now process credit cards on the iPad as …
As predicted, the ‘point-one’, bug fix release of LightSpeed’s recent major version was quietly released to the public yesterday… two weeks after the initial launch. What was less predictable was the speed in which it was removed and then reposted as a bug was discovered involving USB card swipe readers …