Serving thousands of customers worldwide, APG Cash Drawer powers cash management solutions across a wide range of global industries and verticals. Whether it’s our general application cash drawer, custom designed solutions, or the SMARTtill® Cash Management Solution, our products and brand are differentiated by our ability to deliver innovative technologies that globally enhance efficiency and security at the point of sale. To learn more about APG’s products, visit our website or call 763-571-5000. Stay updated on our products by following us on Twitter, Facebook , Instagram or LinkedIn.
APG has built a reputation as the supplier of choice for cash management solutions for retail, grocery, hospitality, and quick serve for thousands of customers in over 90 countries. For 40 years, APG Cash Drawer has been committed developing durable and dependable cash drawers while utilizing the latest technology. We don’t just build cash drawers, provide solutions for the retail environment to deliver superior customer service and shopping experiences.
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Reimagining The Store Of The Future: Retail Adjustments For A Post-Pandemic World10/22/2020
The COVID-19 pandemic created significant challenges for retail, and one that is likely to have long-term effects is to persuade consumers to return to stores. Concerns over the potential for infection have left many consumers feeling uncomfortable in stores. Retailers must take meaningful steps to earn the trust of patrons whose values and behavior have changed.
Cash Transactions In The Mobile World2/19/2020
For two decades, the PC has reigned supreme over all POS solutions, operating as point of sale terminals that sit on counters and control various peripherals. However, the need for PC-centric solutions is waning as a more flexible POS model emerges Leveraging cloud and mobile technologies, this model supports thin client and IP-enabled components such as cash drawers and printers.
Protect Yourself: 8 Security Best Practices For Retailers10/21/2019
The retail industry is a favorite target of cyber attackers. Hackers know a successful attack on a retailer can give them access to the data of thousands or even millions of payment cardholders. Cyber criminals can sell that data for a tidy profit to other criminals on the dark web who use it for fraud, identity theft, and phishing attacks. Cyber crime is big business; it’s projected to cause damages of $6 trillion by 2021 on organizations of all types and sizes.
Retail Cash Loss: Addressing The Problem With Intelligent Technology9/6/2019
Any business that accepts cash for transactions has come to expect that some percentage of it will vanish as a result of fraud, administrative errors and employee misdeeds. Inventory shrink, which includes cash loss, costs retailers an estimated $47 billion annually. It is so prevalent that retailers have a line item for it in their P&L statement.
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Automated Cash Management Technology Becomes A Time Saver For Pennsylvania Hardware Store12/4/2020
Sometimes seeing is believing. Just ask the owners of Quincy Hardware in Waynesboro, PA, who were so impressed with a demonstration of APG Cash Drawer’s SMARTtill ® Intelligent Cash Drawer Solution that they simply had to have it. Never mind that the store had just deployed two brand-new cash drawers a year earlier.
APG Sneeze Guards Strike A Chord For Music Stores, Keeping Employees And Patrons Safe9/17/2020
A music store is more than a place of commerce. It’s a community haven for musicians who gather to discuss their favorite gear, try out instruments, and trade techniques. And it’s a place of dreams, where aspiring young musicians picture themselves playing the world’s stages.
Five Post-Pandemic Investments For Retailers
As the number of vaccinated people increases, states are lifting pandemic restrictions to restore some sense of normalcy. Even the most stringent cities and states are in the process of returning stores and restaurants to full capacity -- a welcome move for business owners.
Cash Use Remains Strong Through The Pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated “cashless society” efforts around the globe. Understandably, consumers grew concerned over the possibility of contracting the virus by handling cash. Meanwhile, retailers had to scramble to continue operating even when they had to temporarily close brick-and-mortar stores. Many turned to curbside pickup, BOPIS (buy online, pickup in store), and touchless payments.
Back To Basics: Prioritizing TCO In Retail Technology Purchases5/20/2021
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the retail industry was transforming itself to adopt new technologies and accommodate evolving consumer preferences. Now, as retailers look beyond the pandemic, they need to invest in new technologies and services to stay competitive in the digital future. For point of sale (POS) solution providers, this opens profit-generating opportunities to sell technology solutions and deliver long-term services.
Why Retailers Should Include Cash Payments As Part Of Their Post Pandemic Payment Strategy?5/7/2021
The pandemic has brought new energy to the cashless movement, but cash still isn’t going away. Too many people, especially the elderly as well as the unbanked and underbanked, depend on legal tender for their purchases. That’s because cash is easier to budget for and lets users shop with anonymity.
Retailers Plan Significant Post-Pandemic Investments3/31/2021
Despite consumers’ growing dependence on digital shopping channels, nearly 92% of all sales in 2021 will be fulfilled through local brick and mortar stores, according to IHL research. Meanwhile, local stores are changing, as retailers rush to accommodate new shopping trends such as curbside pickup and BOPIS (buy online, pick up in-store).
15 Ergonomic Tips For Employees Working Remote Or From Home3/10/2021
During the COVID-19 crisis many of us are relocating to a new work environment, our homes. Working from home is not without challenges, personal and professional. When preparing to work from home we tend to focus on the equipment: laptop, printer, monitor and internet connection. While this is important, we should also be mindful of where we choose to work within our homes and the ergonomic settings.
Seven Retail Predictions For 202112/15/2020
The U.S. and global economies saw significant upheaval because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Apart from grocery, the retail industry took the brunt of the pandemic. The challenges were widespread and resulted in an alarming number of both temporary and permanent store closures. In the coming year, the retail sector will continue to make adjustments because of the COVID-19 pandemic. There will be new challenges, which inevitably will spur the adoption of new technologies and business practices in the ongoing battle between online and brick-and-mortar.
What Black Friday? COVID Shakes Up Holiday Shopping11/30/2020
Black Friday started early this year. Rather than wait for the day after Thanksgiving to entice shoppers with hard-to-resist Holiday promotions, retailers started offering deals as early as October. Recognizing many shoppers are still leery of going into physical stores, retailers realized they had to act early.
Dispensary Retailers Focus On POS Technology First, Cannabis Second11/20/2020
While the COVID-19 pandemic has caused substantial revenue drops in hospitality and most retail segments, the emerging cannabis space has seen sales increases of as much as 30%. With success come challenges as cannabis dispensaries struggle with issues around cash management, inventory and POS systems.
Resetting Marketing Priorities For POS Resellers During A Pandemic10/29/2020
Developing a marketing plan for POS software developers and channel partners is challenging in normal times, a pandemic can make it downright stressful. What do you do when you can’t meet customers face to face and everyone is worried about getting infected? Those are the questions we posed during a recent RSPA Symposium on adapting marketing plans for the COVID-19 pandemic.