StoreMobile Tablet Gun is the Answer to the MPOS Dilemma
The interest in Mobile POS or MPOS is on the rise as retailers look to implement Omni Channel strategies, and with good reason. Today's consumers are accustomed to mobile phones, tablets and multiple touch points beyond traditional POS. The days of "BIG Iron" and long cash wraps, are numbered in many retail segments. Legacy POS devices are expensive and are ineffective on the Sales floor for POS while consumer devices lack durability and hardware integration. Retailers are forced to look for flexible mobile solutions that are able to adapt to their changing business needs.
StoreMobile's Tablet Gun provides the ultimate flexibility in store systems hardware. Coined the "Chameleon in the store", meaning it can cross a variety of operational needs in a retail environment. It can run as a POS workstation, it can run as an inventory workstation. Operationally, it can change as the needs of the store deem it necessary. It has the ability to run Ethernet, Wi fi, or cell, which makes it Portable, Mobile and Hyper- Mobile. With internet capabilities, the Tablet Gun offers associates immediate access to competitive product and pricing information.
Associates are more informed and are better equipped to compete with online sales and provide a better shopping experience for the customer. StoreMobile's Tablet Gun effectively makes the decision to deploy MPOS simpler and more cost effective. The Tablet Gun can efficiently be integrated into your existing store system instead of as a separate application. POS on the devise is seamless to POS on the registers. In fact, both instances run on the same server, so the mobile is just another register on the server. Software integration and training are no longer a major consideration. Retailers have shown a preference to work with the same vendor for POS & Mobile POS, and the Tablet Gun makes that a reality. By having the mobile POS mirror the fixed POS in look, feel and functionality, retailers can reduce their fixed register investment, and in some cases eliminate it altogether while enhancing the overall customer experience.
"The key to a successful mobile device within a store going forward is operational flexibility. While it is already a given that any successful mobile device within a store must be extremely durable, to date, there has not been a device that can claim the title of being a "chameleon" within the store. The mobile device of the future must be able to run both the front check out portion of the store with the same effectiveness as it can perform back of the store functions like inventory receiving, ticket printing, and
physical inventories. This device, in effect , will collapse the store and allow retailers to greatly reduce or even eliminate cash wraps to better maximize their store selling space. Further, accessing the internet to compete with "showrooming" is extremely important with all the smartphones entering the store in customer's hands. The Tablet Gun has 5 patents that prove it's the device that provides all these capabilities."