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Tuesday, September 28, 2021
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Evolution in convenience

Appy Shop sales director James Widdowson talks retail tech

Delivering more for c-store customers

Philippe Rondepierre, marketing director at Snappy Shopper, reckons home delivery has been so successful in the convenience channel “because it is the one initiative which will add thousands of pounds to a store’s weekly turnover."

Operating on a higher level

Retailers should think of their EPOS as the “operating system” of their convenience store, according to Faisal Sattar, managing director of MHouse

Snapping up more stores

Snappy Shopper has hit another major recruitment milestone, with 700 stores across the UK now offering the delivery service

Don’t get left behind

Tech giants like Amazon dipping their toe into the grocery sector should be taken as a compliment, according to MHouse MD Faisal Sattar – who said it shows Scotland’s c-store retailers have something the behemoths desire

Loyalty works for staff

Staff at Newmains JET and Keystore Express branded service station Cooper Bros have been benefiting from Henderson technology’s integrated EPOS staff loyalty programme

Food waste app can drive discount sales

Sustainability is at the heart of a new app which connects consumers with reduced-to-clear deals in their area

Henderson Technology marks its 10th year

EPOS provider Henderson Technology has marked a major milestone by completing its 600th installation.

Transforming convenience

If there is one trend that emerged during lockdown that looks like it could change convenience retailing forever, it’s home delivery

Full suite rolled into one app

Increasing demand for technical solutions might be good news for the multiples, with their big budgets and head office staff, but where does it leave the local retailer?

EPOS solutions fit for today’s retailer

Faisal Sattar of Mhouse Solutions in Motherwell discusses its EPOS system, called MPOS
Bhas Kalangi and Andrew Gibbon of start-up ePOS Hybrid

Investment for growth

Edinburgh start-up, ePOS Hybrid is expecting a flood of new investment after what it is calling ‘extraordinary demand’ for its products.

New energy for PayPoint

Bill payment service provider PayPoint has started 2020 with a raft of contract renewals that sees it hold on to some of the biggest names serviced at its 28,000 sites across the UK and extend the services offered in these stores.
EDGEPoS Self-Checkout

Innovations on their way

Retailers encouraged to use machines for improved efficiency and stronger margins
PayPoint terminal

PayPoint is on the front foot

PAYPOINT has been celebrating a milestone, with its PayPoint One platform now live in over 16,000 stores across the UK.

Technology can help list vital allergy ingredients

Avoiding risk in food to go

AG Barr Popover Sept/Oct 21