The internet has changed the way we shop even in physical stores. Customers are becoming increasingly reliant on being able to check the availability of stock levels before leaving home, and also go online to make sure they are getting the best price possible. To keep up, you are required to have some form of presence on the internet. That is why there has been an upsurge in services such as Click & Collect and those that haven’t adopted it as a retail approach soon will. In a competitive environment, you have to move with the times.
Our new Soapbox Merchant System (SMS) is a robust online store which integrates seamlessly with your physical shop, allowing you to sell online to customers and offer Click & Collect functionality like big retailers to local clients.
Our Soapbox Merchant System (SMS) seamlessly connects with Epos Now tills. As the quickest growing Epos company in the UK, Epos Now have thousands of clients in both the retail and hospitality sectors, and hundreds more joining each month. Their award-winning systems are incredibly intuitive and simple to use, without compromising on features. They offer many packages which are able to be scaled and adapted for smaller or bigger systems.
For more information, give our team a call. They’ll be happy to answer any questions and shed some light on this exciting system!
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