NCR announced that its RealPOS 70XRT point-of-sale (POS)
workstations has been selected by Tully’s Coffee, a specialty coffee retailer.
This investment is part of Tully’s enterprise technology
initiative to improve the checkout experience for customers and gain greater
business insight into its store operations. NCR will also provide depot repair
services for Tully’s through its Services organization.
The high degree of reliability, performance and
serviceability of the NCR workstation, combined with its depot maintenance
offering, provided the best value for our investment,” said Cathy Campbell,
Tully chief financial officer, Tully’s.
Through this POS upgrade, Tully’s can decrease customer
wait times through faster transaction speeds and an easy-to-use touchscreen
cashier interface. The POS workstations will integrate with Tully’s Microsoft
Dynamics NAV ERP and LS Retail POSsoftware, providing the retailer greater
insight into its day-to-day store operations.
Tully’s chose NCR after a comprehensive competitive
review, selecting the RealPOS 70XRT workstation due to its high serviceability,
lower total-cost-of-ownership (TCO) and component-based design, which
facilitates faster and simpler upgrades and service.
Suited for both front-counter and drive-thru service, the
NCR RealPOS 70XRT reduces energy costs up to 50 percent over
previous-generation systems, thanks to energy efficient Intel processors and a
high-efficiency power supply.
The workstation includes a reliable and bright
touchscreen interface with full-tilt capability to enhance cashier ease of use.
An integrated biometric fingerprint reader is available for secure and fast
cashier log-in, manager overrides and other POS applications.
NCR looks forward to helping Tully’s advance its
business goals through the superior value, innovative component-based design
and lower total cost of ownership of our solution,” added Bill Campbell, vice
president, Retail and Hospitality, NCR.
NCR offers comprehensive depot services including
standard return and repair as well as advanced exchange. This provides a
flexible and cost effective maintenance alternative to on-site maintenance and
offers a single point of accountability for repair, shipment and inventory
Recently, NCR Corporation announced
that Dubai Airports, which owns and operates Dubai International as well as
Dubai World Central (DWC), will deploy NCR Netkey Wayfinding to help passengers
more easily navigate their way around both properties.
The interactive NCR Netkey Wayfinding solution will help
passengers easily locate gates, flight information, retailers and concessions
throughout Dubai International’s three terminals.
By Telecomlead.com Team