Passez voir Star Micronics à la Paris Retail Week 2021 pour découvrir les dernières solutions d’impression de point de vente Cloud et tablette
On the occasion of Paris Retail Week 2021 (September 28 – 30, 2021, Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles), the international manufacturer of POS printers Star Micronics will present on Booth PO52 its latest innovative and versatile POS Cloud printing solutions and tablets for fixed, mobile and terminal applications.
Star is widely recognized as one of the leading innovators in hardware for traditional point-of-sale terminals or those connected to the cloud with low-cost hardware, mobile or fixed, and easily scalable as the business grows. . In response to the boom in online ordering during the pandemic and the changes in consumption habits that it has involved, Star offers a wide range of Cloud solutions.
Star CloudPRNT ™ is available on Star’s thermal receipt, ticket and label printers, as well as kitchen matrix printers, offering the widest range of cross-platform cloud receipt printers and inline order printers available today. This technology benefits both Retail and Hospitality by allowing online orders to be sent directly to the printer from a local or remote server, eliminating the need for a tablet or device. additional. The ordering service can not only communicate directly with the printer to create print jobs but also receive the status of the printer, such as whether it is offline or the cover is open. Star CloudPRNT compatible printers are capable of receiving commands from multiple channels; point of sale, tablets, website and web and cloud applications, resulting in an efficient ordering and transaction process for any e-commerce or omnichannel business.
Star’s mC-Print ™ series incorporates CloudPRNT functionality to provide the merchant with the latest feature-rich compact and front-output printing solutions. Benefiting from Star’s exclusive SteadyLAN ™ technology, the mC-Print3 connects iPads and Windows and Android USB-C devices to the Internet, charges the battery and manages print jobs, via a Lightning or USB-C cable direct between the tablet and printer without the need for Wi-Fi. This is invaluable in ensuring reliable network connectivity in harsh environments.
Star also introduces the new TSP143IIU + receipt printer in the EMEA region. Replacing the popular TSP143II ECO, the TSP143IIU + offers faster print speeds as well as a range of paper-saving and marketing tools with free Star futurePRNT ™ software. Affordable and designed for stationary retail and hospitality outlets, the TSP143IIU + with USB interface is ideal as a kitchen receipt and order printer. Included with the printer, futurePRNT value-added softwareDe Star far exceeds the installation tools normally provided, allowing users to easily install custom configurations to an entire fleet of printers. A variety of marketing tools like instant couponing and changing the layout of receipts simply add to the versatility of this printer. With horizontal and vertical text reduction, users can benefit from reduced paper consumption, while receipts are assured without paper curl. The printer also has an optional splash cover, vertical stand and buzzer.
Star’s unique mPOP ™ bluetooth printer combined with a cash drawer will also be on display. The mPOP is particularly easy to set up and affordable for small businesses and for large companies wishing to set up a pop-up store, it is the ideal solution. Low cost and lightweight at just 10cm high and 30cm wide with a sleek design, the mPOP benefits from a range of optional accessories including a secure tablet holder, a mounting bracket for positioning under the counter if necessary, customer display and barcode scanner. With the flexibility to transport safely at the end of the day, the mPOP provides a versatile and reliable solution for any retail environment.
“The pandemic has changed the face of retail, forcing retailers of all sizes to assess the role of point-of-sale technology in facilitating change and providing new opportunities,” said Simon Martin, Managing Director of Star Micronics EMEA. “With a deep understanding of the current challenges facing traders, Star excels in its ability to deliver future-proof solutions that allow businesses to adapt and thrive in such unpredictable times. “
Star will lead, in partnership with the Lundi Matin Group, a workshop on Thursday, September 30, 2021 at 2 p.m. entitled: The digitization of the point of sale responds to new purchasing behaviors