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COVID-19: Shaws uses mobile POS to re-open after lockdown

By Retail Technology | Friday June 19 2020 | UPDATED 19.06.20

Leading Irish department store Shaws has selected new mobile point-of-sale software to aid its reopening after lockdown

Shaws is implementing Eurostop’s mpos one-device mobile POS solution to support social distancing in-store.

It is planning to use the Eurostop solution as part of its reopening plans in its Beauty department before rolling it out through other departments, with future plans to include its concession partners. This will allow customers to deal with just one member of staff for product consultations and then complete the purchase, without the need to go to a bank of tills. Based on the Sunmi P2 Lite, Eurostop’s mpos solution provides in built scanning, EPOS and integrated card payments on one device.

Ian Fanning, retail director at Shaws, said: “Like many retailers we are looking at ways to safeguard our customers and staff as we reopen after the Coronavirus pandemic. The Eurostop mpos will enable us to minimise the number of interactions needed between staff and customers, because we can take payment for goods at any location within the store.”  


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