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Hawes & Curtis introduces mobile POS

Hawes & Curtis is rolling out iPads to deploy mobile point-of-sale (POS) terminals in its UK stores.

The formal menswear and womenswear retailer is working with One Iota to run its Assisted Sale iPad App which will help store associates find products faster and easier, while converting customer transactions more seamlessly.

After a trial last year, several stores including Bluewater Shopping Centre, Edinburgh and Meadowhall stores currently have one iPad each in situ, while the remaining 17 UK stores will receive the technology after first assessing its use in the pilot stores.

"At Hawes & Curtis, we are constantly investing in innovative new technology to improve the retail experience for our customers,” said Touker Suleyman, CEO of Hawes & Curtis. “We want our store teams to be able to help customers every time they visit, by providing visibility and access to the right products across every channel."

He added: "This tool allows our colleagues to share product information, help drive brand engagement and ultimately, provide our customers with the experience they deserve."

One Iota already provides mobile POS solutions globally for the likes of JD Sports, Hugo Boss, Superdry and Quiz.

Christian Brooks, divisional managing director at One Iota parent company, Sanderson, added:"For brands to succeed, they must deliver services that meet their customers’ needs, irrespective of the sales channel or device they are using. With expectations increasing, retailers need to ensure stock is visible, accessible and that multiple payment and delivery options exist to better serve the customer.”
 

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