EPoS (Electronic Point of Sale) Technology News

EPOS or Electronic Point of Sale software is found in the majority of retail businesses. An EPOS system generally consists of a VDU (Visual Display Unit) and a PC and the system may also include additional equipment such as a scanner or a printer, depending on the requirements of the business. A traditional EPoS system is where the software is deployed locally on the till hardware and is generally found at the 'checkout' of a business, but can be linked to other terminals in the 'back' of the business and can even be linked to the business' website. 

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Ergonomic Solutions celebrates 20 years of operations and growth

Ergonomic Solutions celebrates 20 years of operations and growth

Ergonomic Solutions the designer and supplier of technology mounting, mobility and security solutions, this week celebrates 20 years of operations.

Epson introduces its TM-T88VI receipt printer

Epson introduces its TM-T88VI receipt printer

Epson has announced the TM-T88VI, a state-of-the-art new receipt printer designed to work with both traditional PC-based POS systems and increasingly popular web and mobile setups.

ScanSource POS and Barcode hosts 2016 Partner Conference in Malta

ScanSource POS and Barcode hosts 2016 Partner Conference in Malta

ScanSource POS and Barcode, the global provider of automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) and point-of-sale (POS) solutions, hosted its 2016 ScanSource Partner Conference in Malta in early June.

Expanding department store group T J Hughes switches to Futura

Expanding department store group T J Hughes switches to Futura

Expanding discount department store group T J Hughes, which specialises in premium brands and quality products at low prices, has replaced its legacy retail systems with the popular Futura EPOS and retail management solution to modernise systems and optimise performance as the group expands.

The French-style fast-food chain Brioche Dorée has turned to Aures’ technology and expertise to migrate its entire point-of-sale IT assets.

The French-style fast-food chain Brioche Dorée has turned to Aures’ technology and expertise to migrate its entire point-of-sale IT assets.

Brioche Dorée, a leader in French-style fast-food, has chosen Aures' Yuno point-of-sale terminals with a TCPOS software platform to completely overhaul its EPOS management and payment-receipt technology.

New technology partnership extends AURES Technologies’ reach in fashion and sports club retail

New technology partnership extends AURES Technologies’ reach in fashion and sports club retail

One of the UK's longest-established retail technology companies, Esperus Systems Ltd, has brought its business to global EPoS manufacturer AURES Technologies in a partnership that will see AURES Yuno touchscreen terminals as the 'go to market' choice for Esperus client rollouts.

Lakeland selects PCMS

Lakeland selects PCMS

With a wide collection of creative kitchenware and home products, Lakeland has chosen PCMS' Vison Commerce Suite, including Vision BeanStore as its point of sale (PoS) solution and Vision Channel Manager to orchestrate data between the retailer's other selling systems and the rest of its IT infrastructure.

mPOS to process over 40% of retail Point-of-Sale transactions by 2021

mPOS to process over 40% of retail Point-of-Sale transactions by 2021

A new study from Juniper Research has found that smartphone and tablet-based mobile point-of sale terminals will take on a significant role in businesses, handling 40% of all retail transaction value by 2021, up from an expected 12% in 2016.

Wirecard and Curve team up to bring next generation payment cards

Wirecard and Curve team up to bring next generation payment cards

Wirecard has announced a partnership with the London-based start-up Curve to introduce a new payment solution. Curve allows people to connect up an unlimited number of bank cards into one physical payment card, accepted everywhere.

DT Research delivers 3-in-1 mobile POS tablet for hospitality, retail and logistics

DT Research delivers 3-in-1 mobile POS tablet for hospitality, retail and logistics

DT Research, the designer and manufacturer of purpose-built computing solutions for vertical markets, has announced the DT315CR and DT327CR mobile point-of-service (POS) tablets.

By linking the EPOS system to the business' website, customers are provided with real-time information regarding stock, through the use of automatic stock control. Links to other terminals within the shop results in greater control over the business as a whole. Extended retail EPoS software facilities include instant messaging direct to point of sale, time and attendance management, a central document sharing facility, and cash/safe management. .Cloud based EPOS means retailers access it via the internet giving retailers real time access.