NCR Small Business, a global tech company, has launched NCR Silver Register, an all-in-one tablet point-of-sale (POS) system that can run on cloud and excludes third-party user applications to help maximize employee productivity and minimize security risks.
The integrated system, which operates on a closed Android platform, has implementation software which allows quick set-up of NCR Silver to facilitate merchants to ring-up sales the same day. For merchants who also want to take mobile transactions, NCR Silver Register can easily sync with select Apple devices in the cloud. This enables associates to emerge from behind the register and focus on their customers, thus creating opportunities to deliver the omni-channel experiences for customers.
NCR Silver Register's plug-and-play functionality enables small businesses to simply turn the product on and start accepting payments within minutes. Additionally, the solid-state terminal delivers a higher level of durability - making it well-suited for larger franchises and multi-store retailers who want a complete POS system that is easy to maintain.
"NCR Silver Register is designed to help small businesses and franchises to easily focus on delivering a higher level of customer service and modernizing their stores," said Chris Poelma, president and general manager of NCR Small Business.
"The bundled solution is affordable and scalable, yet helps business owners power their businesses without the typical implementation challenges associated with many enterprise-level technology solutions," he further says.
The cloud-based platform allows small businesses to choose from available payment card processors and eliminates many of the manual processes associated with inventory management, which can help save owner's significant time and money.
NCR Silver Register comes equipped with a tablet and integrated stand. Optional hardware includes a customer display, cash drawer, wireless printer and scanner. Third-party hardware or app downloads are not required to get NCR Silver Register up and running.