Ingenico a provider of payment solutions has announced that Caché, Inc. a mall-based integrated lifestyle women’s apparel retailer, has selected Ingenico to modernise its in-store payment acceptance and customer check-out experience.
The Ingenico iSC 350 Signature Capture point of sale device has been designed to support retailer’s payment solution with a large colour display and a powerful secure processor. Combined with Cachés applications such as loyalty or promotions, Ingenico provides Caché with unique multi-media brand building capabilities and acceptance of additional forms of payment, which significantly expands consumers’ payment choices at checkout, including EMV chip cards, contactless, and NFC-based mobile payments.
“By choosing to equip our current in-store payment acceptance infrastructure with Ingenico’s iSC350 multimedia capable devices, we are seeking to provide a way to connect with our loyal customers. This move will also give us the ability to drive conversion rates by introducing impactful brand marketing and tailored promotions at the point of sale.” said Anthony DiPippa, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Caché.
“The device allows Caché to highlight in-store specials with targeted ads, drive branding programs, and display coupons. Also, our solution allows Caché to securely enrol customers in its loyalty programs, sell or reload gift cards, and cross-sell additional merchandise if they decide to do so.” said Thierry Denis, President, Ingenico North America.
Ingenico and Caché have already successfully deployed more than 400 iSC350 devices throughout Caché’s 250 stores in the United States.
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