Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Popeyes Franchisee Speeds Service with POSsible POS and Touch Dynamic POS Solution

..After considering options, SF Management chose the Touch Dynamic Pulse All-in One POS terminal and POSsible POS software. Designed specifically for demanding foodservice and retail environments, the Pulse All-in-One system offers a wealth of features that expedite workflows such as an easy-to-use capacitive touchscreen, a powerful Intel Celeron Quad Core J1900 processor for maximum operating efficiency, and a fanless system for peak performance in harsh conditions typically found in quick service establishments.
SF Management found the Pulse technology to be the ideal candidate to pair with POSsible POS software based on its small footprint, all-in-one design, robust construction, ease of setup and installation, and compatibility with peripherals such as the Epson TM-T70ii printer and Logic Control kitchen display solution. POSsible features a modern user interface, the ability to easily change menus, and a range of modules that help manage back office functions such as inventory/food cost management, vendor management, and flexible couponing.
The Result
With the new solution in place, the Popeyes franchises can increase customer satisfaction and exceed their expectations with more accurate orders in less time. The all-in-one design of the Touch Dynamic Pulse and the graphical user interface of POSsible POS software make order input, payment processing, and receipt generation fast and easy.
Additionally, integration with the kitchen display system, allows orders to flow quickly and seamlessly from the POS to the food preparation area, decreasing the time each customer waits for an order.  It also eliminates reliance on paper order tickets, minimizing the potential for errors.. Read more here

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

IBM, Visa Turn Automobiles, Appliances, Connected Devices into Potential Points of Sale

..The collaboration brings together IBM's Watson IoT platform and cognitive capabilities, with Visa's global payments services that are used by more than 3 billion consumers globally. IBM's Watson IoT Platform allows businesses to connect to billions of connected devices, sensors and systems around the world and then draw actionable insights. Today the platform is used by more than 6,000 IBM clients that are helping customers connect to millions of devices.
IBM and Visa share a vision and commitment to embed payments and commerce into any device - from a watch, to a ring, an appliance or a car. Under this collaboration, companies can infuse secure payments across their entire product lines using the Visa Token Service, a new security technology that replaces sensitive payment account information found on payment cards with a unique digital identifier, via IBM's Watson IoT platform. As a result, IBM and Visa could support payments and commerce on many of the 20 billion connected devices estimated to be in the global economy by 2020i..
Examples of Commerce-based IoT:Consider the consumer's car. Experts estimate there will be 380 million connected cars by 2021ii. As the car ecosystem connects to the Watson IoT Platform, a driver would be alerted when the car's warranty or certification is about to expire or if specific car parts need replacing. With this information, the driver can order parts with the push of a button, or schedule a service appointment at their preferred local garage. The driver could even pay for gas through a direct interaction between the car and the gas pump.. Read more here 
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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Top 4 Features That Your Mobile POS Solution Must Have

..Here are the top four considerations to keep in mind as you invest in a mobile POS solution that is right for your business:
Durable: Retailers will need a device that is flexible and can take an occasional hit. With inevitable drops and spills always right around the corner, having a device that can withstand them is essential for a retailer’s ROI. Whether in the warehouse or on the sales floor, retailers should look for a versatile and reliable device.
Accepts All Major Payment: First thing’s first – ensure that the mobile POS device is set up to accept all major forms of payment. With the variety of options available to consumers, operators will need a solution that can accept EMV (chip-based credit cards), NFC (Apple Pay or Google Wallet) and MSR (mag stripe) and online payment options. This will ensure customers won’t be turned away when their preferred payment method is unavailable and will appeal to the tech-savvy crowd that is comprising an increasing portion of the retail customer base.
Battery Life: Imagine this. A retailer is experiencing heavy foot traffic during the holiday season and sales are at an all-time high. Retail staff are preparing for the biggest rush of the day – then the battery dies on their mobile POS device. What now? Retailers should invest in a device that offers them a variety of functions throughout the day and is built to last a full shift without stopping to charge the device. In addition, having a user-replaceable battery is a great added bonus that allows staff to quickly switch out a used battery for a fresh one without putting the entire device out of commission to charge..
Powerful Processor and full OS: Smart retailers will look for a mobile POS solution that can serve as a “utility player” in their establishment. Look for a mobile POS system that has a powerful processor and an enterprise-grade operating system. This will allow the solution to provide a variety of services beyond payment processing, including product comparisons, inventory management and customer purchase history, among other tasks. This enables associates to create cross-sell opportunities and deliver that unique in-store, omni-channel experience customers now expect..Read more here

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Monday, February 6, 2017

Waterproof Receipt Printers More Widely Deployed

..Depending on the environment in which you conduct your business, investing in a waterproof printer might be a luxury; for others, it’s a downright necessity. The chance of coming into contact with water and other various liquids is largely unavoidable in certain businesses..
..A new addition to their Thermal Receipt Printer series, the Posiflex AURA PP9000 offers a water and dust-resistant printer (see inset in picture on the right). At about six inches and just over 2 ½ pounds, this model is ideal for non-mobile solutions (think desktop)..
..Another water resistant printing option comes from Cognitive.  The company designed the 5-inch A798 printer (see image top left) to withstand nominal water damage; it includes a liquid dam and drainage features to help protect the printer from water damage.  For even more protection, Cognitive offers a Spill Guard accessory for the printer. The A798 prints out a standard 6-inch receipt in 1 second, which cuts with a self-sharpening ceramic knife, and this knife is supposed to last for three million cuts before failure..
..This past spring, Bixolon introduced the SRP-F310II.  Nicely sized, this water resistant and dustproof printer bixolon waterproof printertakes up very little counter space (although you still have the option of wall mounting if you prefer). In addition to saving space, the SRP-F31011 supports paper save modes and is Energy Star certified. The printer is 29% faster from the preceding model (SRP-F310). Made with a rugged design, Bixolon built the model with special waterproofing technology and a water-resistant top..Read more here

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