The tablet, designed specifically for the retail environment, runs on both Windows 8.1 and Android platforms and can be used as mobile payment and customer service station and as a fully functioning fixed POS device.
The new BEETLE mobile POS has been designed with the needs of multinational retailers in mind.
The POS device has integrated card acceptance technology that support both magnetic strip and chip and pin transactions to facilitate compliance with EMV and PCI requirements for domestic and international retailers.
According to Patrick Leonard, Wincor Nixdorf VP, Retail North America: “The BEETLE mobile POS tablet offers retailers the chance to deliver a truly omni-channel experience, with the ability to place orders online, take payments and provide customer information using the latest high performance mobile technology, purpose-built for the retail environment.”
He adds: “Existing solutions on the market are by and large targeted at smaller independent retailers. Our solution has been designed with the larger retailer in mind, using our global expertise in the multinational retail sector to deliver a high quality, high performance solution with built-in investment protection and an open platform for third party software integration.”
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