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Paypoint links up to offer cash

Paypoint and Link have begun the process of installing no-fee cash machines in areas which have lost their free access to cash

Contactless is more

Costcutter Supermarket Group (CSG) has urged its retailers to embrace technology like contactless payment and self-service tills

Snap your way to a healthy diet

Foodvisor is an artificial intelligence (AI) app that provides a nutritional report based on a picture of your plate of food .

WHSmith gets in the fast lane

Retailer rolls out cutting edge refrigeration to cut energy output .

Get appy to boost sales

Retailers who use apps to notify their customers of discounts and deals are on the right track, according to a new study .

Online food orders thrive

Millennials are fuelling the demand .

Tapping into social can drive footfall

Convenience retailers share their tips on how to make the most of social media for your store .

Solution for the forecourt

TRDP adds fuel integration to EPOS
JTI Advance

A 24/7 solution for tobacco sales

Making use of digital tools can have a major impact on bottom lines according to JTI

Making the most of EPOS technology

There are plenty of factors to consider when investing in a new EPOS system, but what are the benefits?
Colin Munro

Loyalty support for local business

Scottish firm launches new scheme in Perth
Wholesale warehouse

A supply chain solution

DATA specialist Nielsen Brandbank has launched a new service which it reckons will help solve the problem of inaccurate and inconsistent data in the supply chain.
Excel vending machine

A technical take on DRS

Excel Vending boss John MacDonald says retailers could make money if deposit return is done right.
MHouse till

Human touch is crucial

SOLID software and dependable hardware are important, but retailers should also take the human element into account when choosing an EPOS firm.

Smart tills are key to future

POS should be connected Hub says TLM

Costcutter eyes a digital future

The symbol group reckons shoppers are now accepting of smartphone technologies and now view cashless society as the norm, which could be good news for c-stores.

AG Barr Popover Sept/Oct 21