The Impact
of iPPOS in Retail


Increase of Average Units per Transaction


Increase of Club Members


Increase of Capture Rate

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Our solutions are designed with ease of use in mind, ensuring a smooth and intuitive experience for the sales staff.

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Achieve a seamless and unified Customer experience

The clienteling app consolidates customer data from all touchpoints into a single customer profile, empowering sales associates to provide a seamless and fully personalized experience.

Personalize the interactions

Gain valuable insights into your Customers' preferences, purchase history, and deliver targeted offers and recommendations.

Enhance brand engagement

Leverage our installed loyalty program software and enable your customers collect and redeem points at every channel and point-of-sale. 

Optimize stock management across every sales channel

Leverage mobile clienteling to collect customer data from your sales points and skyrocket your omnichannel approach. Ensure your stock is where it needs to be, minimizing lost sales due to out-of-stock items


What is omnichannel and examples?

Omnichannel is a business model that integrates multiple channels (e.g. physical stores, online platforms, social media, mobile apps) to provide a seamless and consistent customer experience. This means that customers can interact with a brand across various channels and still receive the same level of service and experience.

Examples of omnichannel include:

  1. Retail stores with an online presence: A popular example of this is the clothing retailer, H&M, which allows customers to shop in-store, online, or through their mobile app.
  2. Click-and-collect services: This is when customers can purchase items online and then pick them up at a physical store. This model is used by many retailers, such as Walmart and Target.
  3. Chatbots: Many businesses have integrated chatbots into their websites or messaging apps to provide customers with a seamless and personalized experience when seeking help or information.
  4. Social media customer service: Brands use social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to provide customer service support and respond to customer queries and complaints.
  5. Loyalty programs: Companies use loyalty programs to reward and engage customers across different channels. For example, Starbucks' rewards program can be used in-store, on their app, or online.
  6. Virtual try-on and Augmented Reality (AR): Some brands use virtual try-on and AR technology to allow customers to try on products virtually before making a purchase, creating a seamless shopping experience.
  7. In-store kiosks: Some businesses have implemented in-store kiosks that allow customers to browse and buy products, check inventory, make payments, and access loyalty programs.
  8. Personalization: By collecting data from different channels, businesses can personalize marketing messages and product recommendations for customers, creating a more cohesive and personalized experience.
  9. Multi-channel customer support: Companies use various channels, such as phone, email, chatbots, and social media, to provide customer support and ensure a seamless experience for customers.
  10. Cross-channel promotions: Brands often use multiple channels to promote their products and services, such as offering online discounts for in-store purchases or vice versa, to drive sales and increase customer engagement.