Geneva, Switzerland, 16 February 2017 – The Internet of Things (IoT) significantly impacts the global economy and is expected to grow exponentially over the coming years, transforming society as a whole. In order to develop a smart and secure IoT platform, certain critical issues must be addressed in detail to ensure security, interoperability and scalability…
Partners on the stand include:
Bizoutsourcing offers innovative and cutting edge iPad point of sale Just eMenu for restaurants, takeaways, cafés and bars. Just eMenu enables hospitality service providers to enhance the customer experience by having a quick and fully automated process. The solution comprises main POS and a separate kitchen App to make things easier and simpler for businesses at a very low cost. Its customers can not only enjoy a full set of features including self-ordering, table management, Chip & Pin or contactless card payments and printing support but also track performance with its unique performance management reporting suite.
Evoke helps brands to engage with their customers in creative and innovative ways by designing and manufacturing interactive digital solutions. They supply kiosks, digital signage, self-service and software to retail, hospitality and libraries; major clients include McDonald’s and Debenhams.
Integer provides inTouch, a touch screen epos system for fast food delivery, takeaway and table service, with Caller recognition, post code look-up, fast touch screen ordering, delivery driver management, extensive customer marketing including targeted text messaging and integrated on-line ordering.
SWOOPOS is an innovative mobile point-of-sale system that connects seamlessly with the SWOOPE customer app to enable intuitive business management, mobile ordering / payment, powerful mobile marketing and rich data analytics.
Background Information on Star Micronics
Founded in 1947, Star Micronics is one of the world’s largest printer manufacturers and has facilities for worldwide production, marketing and support. Employing over 1900 staff and achieving turnover in excess of £250 million, Star Micronics has developed a POS printer portfolio that spans thermal and dot matrix printers and mechanisms, designed for barcode, ticketing, receipts and labelling. Star’s proven technology is also being utilised to install print mechanisms in multimedia kiosk environments. The Star Micronics’ range is available internationally via a distribution channel comprising distributors and dealers.