Want to be in with a chance to bag yourself a brand new electric car worth £8,000?
Drop by the TLM Technologies (TLM) stand to see its new EPoS launch – evoPOS, and you’ll go into a prize draw for the Renault Twizy, a quadricycle car that has zero emissions.
TLM says evoPOS is designed for convenience retailers and forecourts can be integrated into single and multiple retail outlets and is compatible with the most commonly used solutions, such as Oracle, whose software is no longer being developed for the sector.
evoPOS is also available on a pay monthly basis and includes a smartphone app, self-scan, mobile pay, and a promotions engine that guarantees the customer always gets the best deal in their basket while avoiding costly double discounting so common in current EPOS systems.
Lee Papper, chief executive at TLM Technologies said: “evoPOS has been created on modern open standards, which ensures that we can develop the software quickly and enable retailers to seamlessly connect with a host of best-in-class third party apps and services including loyalty, social marketing and customer feedback, unlike existing systems. I believe that what we have created not only measures up to what the market needs, but is completely changing the game on what retailers can expect from the technology solutions powering their business and we are excited to unveil our achievements at National Convenience Show.”
The National Convenience Show (April 16-18) is co-located with four other events – The Ingredients Show, Foodex, the Farm Shop & Deli Show and Food & Drink Expo. Almost 1,500 suppliers will converge at the NEC from across the whole food and drink supply chain, offering outstanding networking and product identifying opportunites.