Department store company House of Fraser and cosmetics brand L’Occitane have both upgraded their point-of-sale systems to HP ElitePOS. The retailers aim to transform the in-store experience with a modern POS that can be customized with components such as an in-column printer, retail connectivity base, matching accessories like barcode scanners, magnetic stripe readers and customer-facing displays.
Additionally, HP will unveil the white version of the ElitePOS system at NRF 2018: Retail’s Big Show (booth #2545). The new hue come in response to customer excitement about the streamlined design and requests for more color options, according to the company.
“For more than 150 years, House of Fraser has provided shoppers with not only excellent service and premium products, but a wonderful in-store experience,” said Julian Burnett, CIO of House of Fraser in a statement. “With the outstanding performance and elegant design of the HP ElitePOS, we’re excited to be refreshing our look to deliver an even more exceptional shopping experience that connects to our entire brand experience.”
“As a global leader in the premium beauty market, L’Occitane prides itself on its ability to create innovative and quality products with origins and true stories from Provence, France and around the world,” said Alexandre Suc, IT Support & Operations Manager for L’Occitane in a statement. “We have chosen the HP RP9 Retail System for its versatility, design and performance to deliver our customers with a stylish and engaging shopping experience.”
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