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Anne Fontaine overhauls POS

By Retail Technology | Friday March 23 2018

Women’s luxury fashion retailer Anne Fontaine has undergone a major overhaul of its POS system

As part of the overhaul and complete migration of its multi-site POS management system, which involves 60 stores in France and abroad, the iconic brand has started installing the Aures Group's Sango terminals, which operate thanks to a new Cegid software platform.

The migration to a new POS solution will allow the company to significantly improve its multi-site and omnichannel management. 

Progressively simplified 

Thomas Le Ray, IT manager at Anne Fontaine, said: “The consumer-seller relationship and the POS and till functions will be progressively simplified and made more fluid, as will the control of our shops' supplies; centralised management, which will enable us to control all the operational processes of our points of sale in real time, is also an advantage over our former platform.”

As well as being environmentally friendly with low energy consumption, the terminals have a contemporary look that corresponds with the chic spirit of the brand.  


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