One of the most popular trends of the past year has been how brick-and-mortar retailers are revamping the experiences they provide for customers. Anyone can sell an item, but the companies that last are the ones that invest in crafting a unique story that connects them with their customers. Studies show that customers love experiences and companies are going the extra mile to create new ways to give them the best. The newest innovation on that front comes from a start-up in Denver called Spruce-Bot (Check out the bot in action). While mobile POS devices and store apps (Think Amazon Go.) have been moving steadily into the storefront, Spruce Bot is going in a different direction. Continue reading
Big box, children’s clothing store Gymboree has transitioned to a flexible point of sales system (POS), which allows store staff to not only process secure payments from anywhere within the store but also allows access to inventory and order information. The company selected a mobile POS which allows for wireless retail transactions. This has, in effect, de-centralized the cashier, as credit card scanners are attached to tablet computers or smartphones.
If your business has not considered a flexible POS system, here are 10 retail and service industry specific advantages for considering a wireless POS system: