HP releases new POS systems
ChainStoreAge.com - May 20th 2014, 09:27
California - HP has expanded its retail solutions portfolio with POS systems designed to maximize space and increase efficiency.
The new HP RP2 All-In-One (AIO) features a small footprint, combined with flexible mounting options to help boost employee productivity, while the updated high-performance HP RP5, Model 5810, provides seamless control of operations from the store floor to the back office.
“In today’s dynamic marketplace, flexibility and reliability are critical for retailers and hospitality operators to meet the needs of their customers,” said Ray Carlin, VP and general manager, retail solutions, HP. “The RP2 and RP5 deliver performance and functionality while being designed to withstand harsh retail and hospitality environments.”
The HP RP2 is expected to be available worldwide in July, and the HP RP5 is now available worldwide.From ChainStoreAge.com
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