Saks Fifth Avenue is piloting Cornell-Mayo’s “Omniexpress” mobile POS app for the iPod at two Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH stores. The pilot is underway at stores in Woodbury Commons, NY and Bergen, NJ, with four iPods in each store. Saks plans to pilot the Omniexpress mobile POS application for the iPod in their Saks Fifth Avenue stores later this month as well as begin the rollout to additional OFF 5TH and Saks Fifth Avenue stores in Spring 2012. The mobile POS solution includes remote wireless printing using two Epson printers, the TM-P60 (Mobilink) and the TM-T88V.
Cornell-Mayo Associates (CMA) POS software is celebrating its 30th anniversary at the National Retail Federation (NRF) 100th Annual Conference and Expo in New York City. CMA earned 23 #1 rankings in the 2010 RIS Software Leaderboard in December and has remained profitable and independent through the toughest economy in modern history. Cornell-Mayo’s flagship “Omnistore” POS features a modern, lightweight service-oriented architecture (SOA) for both new and old hardware alike to provide true platform independence and access to store systems from anywhere.
Cornell-Mayo Associates have released its full suite of back office retail solutions on the iPad as part of its overall mobile strategy. With this, all CM’s
software is available on the iPod touch and iPhone, including its “Omniexpress” POS solution on the iPod touch, complete with scanner and magnetic stripe
reader. iPad orders could exceed six million units if Apple can keep up with demand and ow with CMAâs entire suite of software available, retailers can
enjoy tangible benefits far beyond the mere âcool factorâ of the iPad. The software provides real-time in-store reporting and management over store
operations while the “Clientsmart” clienteling solution provides customer database accessible in all business channels and extensive information about
customers with flexible queries available at the POS.
POS Software provider Cornell-Mayo Associates has introduced “Omniexpress” mobile POS in a pocket-sized handheld
device. Omniexpress combines CMAâs powerful Omnistoreâ¢ POS application,
used by numerous Tier 1 retailers nationwide, with the sleek, intuitive
interface of Appleâs iPodÂ® touch for a radical breakthrough in mobile POS.
Omniexpress has the ability to accept credit and gift cards, then wirelessly print or email
receipts, suspend a transaction to use other tenders, with recall at cash-wrap
stations and offers full POS functionality identical to the capabilities of POS registers
Runs same code as CMAâs POS applications for cash registers and other
devices. The lightweight mobile computing solution includes a scanner and
magnetic stripe reader (MSR) at a price point that is less than half the
cost of other mobile POS solutions â while providing a more
user-friendly, familiar and engaging interface.
Comdata announced this week the commercial availability of its CabCARD Personal Communication services, a pre-paid service providing truck drivers e-mail, long distance telecommunications, and voice mail capabilities. Funds for e-mail messaging and long-distance telecommunications services may be deducted from the driver’s existing Comdata card through their Express Cash account, or through Comdata card cash advance, credit cards, or prepaid recharge cards sold in select truck stops. The new service was jointly-developed with QUALCOMM. With CabCARD, drivers can send and receive e-mail to and from any Internet address right from the cabs of their trucks for less than the cost of a phone call. More than 100 major fleets have already elected to offer CabCARD services.