TX-based NEC Corporation of America (NEC) will be the new exclusive point-of-sale (POS) provider to 8,600 7-Eleven stores throughout the United States and Canada. NEC will deliver the robust TWINPOS G5100 POS that features a sleek, stylish customer display to run promotions and share information with customers to offer customers a personalized shopping experience.
As a part of the solution, NEC will offer full service desk and maintenance support for the next five years. Having fully integrated development and support service will help 7-Eleven provide an engaging customer experience while offering an attractive lower total cost of its POS systems and equipment.
NEC delivers integrated Solutions for Society that are aligned with our customers’ priorities to create new value for people, businesses and society, with a special focus on safety, security and efficiency. We deliver one of the industry’s strongest and most innovative portfolios of communications, analytics, security, biometrics and technology solutions that unleash customers’ productivity potential.
With NEC’s integrated retail hardware, software and support solutions, in-store customer experiences become more positive and memorable, increasing the likelihood of repeat and ongoing patronage, greater store loyalty and even a willingness to try new product offerings. Our retail solutions ensure the maximum level of efficient interaction by helping to:
Increase face time
NEC’s end-to-end solutions free sales associates to focus on the customer by optimizing and streamlining inventory management and transparency.
Reduce wait time
NEC’s intuitive POS terminals speed checkout time and get customers on their way without unnecessary delay.
With NEC mobile solutions, store managers and associates have access to real-time data and order taking direct from the store floor to respond immediately and more intimately to customer requests.
7-Eleven operates, franchises and/or licenses more than 61,000 stores in 17 countries, including some 10,900 in North America.
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