I Love Velvet, Inc. has announced their participation to the Mobile World Congress 2014 taking place at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, the world-class venue in the heart of the Mobile World Capital. This year, come visit our booth, 7M40, in the Green Technology Pavilion Hall 7.
I Love Velvet, Inc provide its clients with eReceipts to prevent unnecessary use of paper. eReceipts help retailers join or start their ‘go green’ initiatives, and also provide a more convenient methods of receipts for customers. They also quickly provide customers with proof of transaction without having to print anything – saving paper (and your overhead expenses) while also being green.
I Love Velvet exhibits next generation mPOS software & hardware!
Attendees visiting I Love Velvet’s booth will learn more about one of I Love Velvet’s major product differentiators, the Velvet Cloud solution. The Velvet Cloud approach enables companies to drastically improve customer retail processes and decision making of finished goods & services from the supplier warehouse (both physical and digital) to the consumer by connecting users with integrated, best practice mPOS hardware & software functionality.
Part of the Velvet suite, the proprietary ‘Brain’ transactional hardware solution helps retailers more effectively and seamlessly process mPOS transactions through multiple forms of payment that includes Credit & Debit card swipe, Chip & Pin, NFC, RFID, along with a Bar Code Scanner. In short, the Velvet ‘Brain’ empowers retailers to more effectively engage customers so that every transaction is as ‘…smooth as velvet.’
At the booth, attendees will be exposed to the robust capabilities of one of the industry’s most advanced mPOS solutions. Hear how I Love Velvet’s one-stop-shop solution drives success and superior customer service, while improving bottom line performance.
I Love Velvet product experts will also demonstrate the powerful, proven modules within other major product & retail areas.
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