Posted on 16 Oct 2015

URGENT ALERT: Don’t lose your data or have your business shut down as a result of your software company going out of business or not answering support calls.

With of 27 years of experience and over 2,700 customers, PawnMaster has fielded numerous calls from frantic brokers on this precise topic. Over a 27 year period, we have seen well over 12 companies exit the space and leave their customers in the lurch -- and it just happened again this week. If you are experiencing something like this with your current provider, we urge you to download “10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Point of Sale or Point of Purchase System”. This is a free white paper will help you find peace and security from your software provider.


Here are a couple of things to look out for when shopping for a secure pawn software:

  1. Be sure to check the company’s Better Business Bureau ratings and reviews.
  2. Make sure the company has enough customers to ensure they will be around for years to come -- they should have at least a few hundred customers.
  3. Make sure your company has been around for a while, and is well established in the industry.
  4. Ask the company for references, and ask those references how responsive the company is to technical support issues. If the company has stopped responding to technical support issues, has not released any new developments, or has stopped fixing reported glitches, it's likely just a matter of time before they close and your data could be at a huge risk.


Click Here to download “10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Point of Sale or Point of Purchase System”.

Len Summa

Written by Len Summa

Len Summa joined Data Age Business Systems, Inc. in 2012 and currently serves as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Before becoming Data Age Business Systems’ CEO, Mr. Summa was Chief Operations Officer (COO) for four years. He has 26 years of experience in executive software solution sales and operational management for both early stage and well-established firms. Prior to his Data Age service, Mr. Summa was the General Manager of global sales and operations at Persystent Software, an industry-leading enterprise recovery software. Mr. Summa has also served as the Director of North American SMB sales and operations at Learn.com, the preeminent software firm in the learning management space. Mr. Summa has a vast business and entrepreneurial background and was the co-founder of Lou Ferrigno/Fitness Showrooms, a highly successful retail and wholesale chain located throughout the Northeastern United States.

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