Hospitality and Retail Industries to Leverage Advanced POS...

Hospitality and Retail Industries to Leverage Advanced POS Capabilities

By: Retail CIO Outlook | Tuesday, February 26, 2019

In order to survive in the competitive run, retailers have started availing software like POS to have a customized workflow. Oracle has been named as the leader in IDC Marketscape according to the Quick Service Restaurants 2018 Vendor Assessment. In order to boost up hospitality market, table, and quick service, Casio has evolved in using the latest version of CHAPP (Casio's Hospitality Application point of sale) software.  Enterprises have been depending upon modern POS systems to boost customer interaction and satisfaction. Popular Pizza brands like Dominos and Donatos have been using POS systems to track their customers’ delivery.

HP® Inc is one of the most popular information technology companies that has been providing innovative software to businesses in several industries. Latest technologies created by HP like CES 2019, create experiences that suit a modern lifestyle. Today, it has been involved in providing stunning new AMOLED display and the jaw-dropping OMEN X Emporium 65 with the soundbar.


Recently, HP collaborated with PayPal to provide POS systems to retail and hospitality operators. The collaboration sheds light on small and medium-sized businesses to grab the opportunity in attaining growth.  Aaron Weiss, Vice President and general manager, retail solutions of HP, Inc says, “To effectively compete in today’s market, small and medium-sized retailers and hospitality operators need more than a cash register and a storefront, they want solutions that enable them to improve customer experiences in their retail and hospitality environments.”

In addition to the collaboration, HP also offers for a suite named “Engage One.” The suite integrates with the point-of-sale tools for small and medium-sized companies. With the help of the suite, the small enterprises can provide an end to end solution to their customers.


Engage One occupies a 14-inch diagonal touchscreen. It includes an ecosystem of accessories including magnetic stripe, in-column printer, and barcode scanner. It comes up with a three-year warranty for the companies which opt the Engage One prime. Both hardware-based and software-based security are included in the suite which will soon be available in the market.

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