Reimagining Retail Brick By Click
 

With the ever-increasing impact of digital channels on consumer behavior, retailers need better tools and approaches to remain competitive.

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Brother Mobile Solutions

Brother Mobile Solutions offers a family of mobile label and receipt printers that makes it easy for retailers to quickly print anywhere in the store. Without wires. Without cords. Without a lot of training. Whether you’re printing shelf-edge labels, markdown tags, queue-busting QR code tickets, MPOS receipts, order pickup tickets, or warehouse and inventory labels — you deserve the legendary Brother reliability and the latest in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Windows, iOS, and Android compatibility.

Epson

Epson has been a POS leader for over 30 years, setting the standard for reliability, speed, and flexibility. Epson continues to transform the industry with innovative solutions, including the new flagship OmniLink TM-T88VI printer that offers easy tablet connectivity, distributed printing, and increased efficiency. Epson transformed the industry with OmniLink Merchant Services, its new cloud platform that captures and analyzes real-time transaction data to enable merchants to be more profitable. Epson also leads the way with the TM-m10 and TM-m30 mPOS printers. They’re flexible enough to allow for top- or front-load printing and offer a combination of benefits not previously available, including USB, Ethernet, wireless and Bluetooth connectivity, plus NFC pairing for easy functionality and configuration. With their sleek and stylish cube design and small footprint, they’re the first printer truly designed to fit seamlessly within today’s mPOS retail and hospitality environments.

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