Retail Pro showcases full-function Retail Pro Prism POS at NRF Convention
At the National Retail Federation's (NRF) Annual Convention and EXPO, nicknamed "Retail's BIG Show," Retail Pro is showing off the most comprehensive mobile point of sale system in the industry - Retail Pro Prism. Unlike other mobile POS software, Retail Pro Prism offers full POS functionality across all devices, including both mobile and desktop machines. For the first time, businesses don't have to sacrifice features for mobility.
Multifunctional and flexible POS retail management systems
With all the capabilities of a desktop system, full-featured mobile POS systems enable clerks to be away from the sales counter without leaving behind any tools. That frees them to complete other tasks, like arranging displays and assisting shoppers, while still being fully available for all patrons. One of the key drivers of mobile POS systems is the increasing need to interact with people in the aisle for the purpose of better customer service and to be more competitive for sales, concluded Joe Skorupa for RIS News.
As the leading POS software, Retail Pro Prism gives businesses the greatest flexibility to tailor a system perfectly to their needs and business model. Retail Pro Prism can be deployed across iOS, Windows, Android and even mini devices, which means that companies can select hardware based on their image and needs, and they can implement Retail Pro Prism without needing to train employees to use new platforms.
Retail Pro Prism fulfills retail industry needs
According to the 2014 IHL/RIS Store Systems Study, 30 percent of retailers plan to adopt tablets or non-rugged handheld devices for POS in the next 12 months, and one of their main priorities is a unified transaction engine. In other words, it's essential for retailers to have a POS system that provides an integrated record of all purchases, including ecommerce and mobile POS commerce. The expansion of omnichannel retail marketing has caused unified POS systems to be a necessity.
Mobile POS systems are redefining customer engagement in stores, according to a separate RIS study. The study found that retailers expect measurable benefits in terms of saving sales, improving customer convenience, reducing long lines, and increasing customer engagement. The biggest areas of need include connectivity, device forms, security, and easy adoption, according to the source - and these are just the problem areas that Retail Pro Prism mitigates.
The NRF Convention takes place in New York City from January 12-15 and the EXPO is held January 13-14.
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