Data Age unveils an integrated text messaging platform known as TXT Pawn. Data Age launches Internal Price Guide in all products.
Data Age introduces their integrated e-commerce platform known as e-foro. Data Age products become Department of Justice compliant in California.
Data Age unveils PawnMaser Ignite, the only true cloud product on the market, utilizing the power of Amazon Web Services. Data Age hosts its first PawnMaster User Group. Len Summa becomes CEO. Tom Streng becomes Chairman of the Board. Data Age products are updated to become compliant with the Military Lending Act. Data Age announces their partnership with AcuSport Corporation, the leading firearms distributor.
Data Age acquires the eCommerce inventory syndication and online marketing platform Seller Vantage, re-branding and re-introducing it to the marketplace as CrossPostIt.
Data Age was founded by Tom Streng and Randy Peffly in 1988, as they identified the need for small businesses to have a solid, easy-to-use point-of-sale system to support their businesses and grow with them. Several of the retail markets Data Age services have special regulations to keep up with, and they need their software to help them stay in compliance while not breaking the bank. The company has since become recognized as a global leader in small business automation in a variety of markets. Data Age specializes in data management and operational efficiencies, and has built a widespread reputation for technical excellence and customer satisfaction.
A privately owned corporation, Data Age has operated debt free and grown in a consistent and controlled manner since its foundation. Data Age has embraced a philosophy of fiscal responsibility, research, consistent product development, and has constantly invested resources in bringing quality products to market at fair prices.
Today, Data Age serves over 3,500 customers within the pawn shop, buy/sell, cell phone repair, liquor store, check cashing, payroll advance, and title loan industries. Both individual unit and multi-store businesses rely on the company for its expertise in point-of-sale (POS) technology, loan management, inventory management, scanning and bar coding products, biometrics, risk mitigation, regulatory compliance, and customer relationship management (CRM) systems.