CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features ShopKeep.
NY-based ShopKeep unveiled its new e-commerce site, shop.shopkeep.com. To celebrate this new site, ShopKeep is giving new customers a free credit card reader that supports Apple Pay and chip cards.
Seal Beach, CA-based MagTek has unveiled the QwickPAY Pro payment solution for retail and restaurant owners’ iPads. It is available for free in the App Store, and it works with MagTek’s Made-for-Apple certified mobile card readers, secured by MagneSafe.
VA-based Bella FSM, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider has added electronic signature capture. This software enhancement further streamlines business operations allowing for a true paperless process.
Alkami Technology, Inc. and CO-OP Financial Services says First Tech Federal Credit Union has selected the companies’ fully-integrated online and mobile banking bill payment solution to deliver the ultimate digital banking experience.
NY-based ShopKeep, provider of an intuitive, secure, iPad-based point-of-sale system, has introduced a gift card. The ShopKeep gift card will be available for ordering on November 1st.
Cloud-based small business technology provider ShopKeep is adding an NFC for Apple Pay enabled card reader. The new card reader will be available for purchase in November.
Revel Systems has launched its iPad POS system for drive-through. This expands Revel Systems’ product offering for fast food and enterprise-level clients, providing them with a fully integrated video chat experience with their fast tablet-based POS system. The Video Drive-Through POS operates with three iPad devices, including Revel’s QSR iPad POS terminal. This enables seamless drive-through functionality and allows guests an engaging and easy way to order their food.
Springboard Retail announced The Pink Stores Lilly Pulitzer Signature Stores has launched mPOS as part of a major store transformation project. In The Pink’s eight stores are located in Massachusetts with flagship stores on Newbury Street in Boston and on Nantucket Island. They piloted the project in their Boston store where they removed the cash wrap and stationary POS terminals went 100% mobile. They are using Apple’s iPads and iPad minis powered by Springboard Retail. The results from the first 11 days of In The Pink’s rollout of mPOS reveal a 24.5% increase in sales over the same period in this store a year ago. Transaction count was up 6.5%, transaction value was up 17%, units per transaction was up 12% and total units sold was up 19%. In The Pink repurposed 48 square feet of floor space and reclaimed full floor to ceiling use of 6.5 feet of prime wall space. The Nantucket store is next to undergo the transformation.
Bricks & Minifigs is now the largest aftermarket Lego store in the country with seven stores, including five family-owned franchise locations and two corporate locations throughout the United States. In need of an integrated mPOS system with sales, inventory and customer engagement capabilities from a provider that understands the retail space, they signed with NCR to deploy its Silver POS solution. Employees find that helping customers is easy with Silver since current inventory and customers’ purchase histories are both just a click away. The mobile POS also streamlines operations and helps the retailer operate with real-time data and customer information just as an e-commerce site does. Bricks & Minifigs uses the NCR solution to manage their email marketing campaigns and loyalty programs.
SmartMetric patented payment card technology and in-card biometric products created a sub-micro operating system for nano-computers. The SmartMetric Intelligent Card OS is an operating system that unlocks new possibilities for software and app development for a payment card-sized device that has broad functionality, comparable to a smartphone or tablet. SmartMetric’s operating system is designed to run on the SmartMetric intelligent card, which combines biometrics with patented nano-computing technology, the world’s smallest fingerprint reader, an internal ARM 9 processor, processing power equal that of a PC, and up to 128 gigabytes of memory, matching the maximum memory capacity of current iPads.
NCR is transforming the branch experience in the Volksbank Jever real estate center by implementing a hardware, software and services solution to make property search easier, clearer and more state-of-the-art for its customers. The solution consists of the NCR SelfServ 85 kiosk with a large touch screen and newly developed, custom software by the NCR team in Germany. The software is specifically tailored to the online databases of cooperative, savings and private banks, and can be activated for display on the NCR kiosk with just one click. The complete package includes installation along with services for hardware and software. The NCR kiosk replaces previous paper advertisements and provides customers with a clear, interactive tool that they can use just as they would on their smartphones or tablet PCs in order to discover property offers, select town districts on a map, zoom in on images, scan QR-codes and save object details on their mobile devices.