Paderborn, Germany, 15-1-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — There’s a particular highlight waiting for visitors to Wincor World 2014: in the lifelike environment of an s.Oliver store, Wincor Nixdorf will be demonstrating the possibilities of new mobile applications for stationary retail chain stores.
The focus of the presentation is an innovative iPad tablet solution based on Wincor Nixdorf’s TP.net software. It can be used to look after, advise and inform customers intensively at the POS by allowing them to call up additional product information on the tablet.
Also installed in the shop is a polytouch terminal. Customers can use it to surf in s.Oliver’s e-shop, find information on offers, and query article availability without needing help from store staff. In addition, articles that are not available in the store can be ordered directly in the web shop, with the choice of home delivery or pickup at the store.
Visitors to Wincor World 2014 at the A2-Forum in Rheda-Wiedenbrück from January 21 – 23 can discover how these and other new solutions are helping retail businesses develop in the direction of omnichannel retailing.
The s.Oliver fashion and lifestyle company was founded in 1969 by Bernd Freier in Würzburg, Germany. Today the company is one of the leading fashion businesses in Europe. In order to offer fashion for every personality and occasion, s.Oliver’s many design teams develop twelve collections every year in each of ten product lines. The company has 205 of its own stores and operates another 351 with partners. Its products are available in a total of 2,864 stores and 3,883 spaces, and can be purchased in around 30 countries around the globe.