Erfurt, Germany, December 05, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- It is no secret that many economies are struggling these days, forcing many businesses to tighten their budgets. In response to this trend the German POS system manufacturer plans to unveil its new All-in-One POS system
this fall – the QTouch10. A first look indicates that this POS system will come with a touch screen, an integrated printer, and a graphic capable customer display in the back.
Traditional POS systems always required the purchase of a receipt printer, an external customer display as well as procurement of POS software. Moreover, all of these extras necessitated installation, taxing a business owner’s resources even further. With a POS solution that has these devices fully integrated, these drawbacks no longer apply. The company also plans to offer its POS software pre-installed as standard.
Much like the All-in-One printers everyone is familiar with, an All-in-One POS system should achieve similar cost savings in investment, installation, and maintenance costs. “Today when I look at purchasing a new device, I look at all the extras it comes with, whether it’s a cell phone or a TV. Likewise, the QTouch10 addresses this desire. I want something that saves me money, is easy to set-up, and easy to use,” Mr. Patrick Grueschow, QUORiON VP of Marketing explains.
“We tried to make the owner’s life as simple as possible. Integrated POS peripherals means, no set up, no compatibility issues, and everything from one vendor,“ Mr. Grueschow adds.
Unsurprisingly, the company will continue to offer its QMP POS software
with each product, as it reduces the learning curve for those already familiar with QUORiON POS systems
. The QMP software makes retail, restaurant, and bakery POS functions available. “We see owners of small restaurants, bakeries, retail stores, and cafes deploying QTouch10s. It covers everything they need out of one package,” Mr. Matthias Hesse, QUORiON Product Manager asserts. More than ever new business owners must focus on getting their business off the ground. They cannot afford to be tied down with installing infrastructure. The company plans to make a quick-start guide available, so businesses can hit the ground running.
Witnessing the QTouch10 in action one can easily see how QUORiON fulfills its promise in the utility department. For instance, when the paper runs out, the operator simply has to drop a new paper roll in the Easy-Load chamber – finished. Touch screen assisted article navigation assists the clerk during check out.
In countries where governments enforce a mandatory cash register law to streamline tax collection, a fully integrated fiscal POS system would reduce the chance of fraud, as only one device requires encryption. Commonly a POS solution in a fiscal country requires security at the register, external printer, and any other device that duplicates sales data. The QTouch10 will cover this issue as well.
For those seeking to realize cost savings and reduce setup time with integrated POS peripherals, the QTouch10 should represent a welcome alternative to POS infrastructure in SMBs.