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City Furniture upgrades POS

By Retail Technology | Friday August 4 2017

US furniture provider City Furniture has upgraded its point of sale (POS) across its 15 City Furniture and 12 Ashley Furniture HomeStore showrooms

All stores have implemented Ingenico Group’s RP750x mobile point of sale (mPOS) card reader, which is paired with an iPad Pro via Bluetooth to run additional applications. 

The solution also leverages Ingenico's mPOS EMV Software Development Kit (SDK) and Ingenico Decryption Web Service (DWS).

mPOS EMV SDK allows City Furniture to process and securely accept all forms of payment, including EMV chip & sign, EMV chip & PIN, magstripe and NFC/contactless. 

In addition, the DWS allows every location to process City Furniture’s “Private Label” finance cards and City Furniture gift cards.




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