Perpule, an omni-channel retail technology company, and India’s first self-checkout enabler, announced the launch of its next-gen, Point of Sale (POS) billing solution called, ‘UltraPOS’. It is a cloud-based SaaS product, which eliminates the need of bulky servers and computers in the store for billing purposes. This new product promises to enable offline stores to reduce billing counter size by up to 40 per cent and help increase sales and revenue through an Artificial Intelligence or data-driven approach to dynamic offers, cross-sell and upsell. It is currently being used by retail brands such as Vishal Mega Mart, Big Bazaar, Foodhall and many more.
The Perpule UltraPOS comes with in-built features such as analytics, inventory and staff management tools. Retailers can update product prices, stocks, offers, and so on, consistently across platforms. This solution also gives omni-channel players a platform to manage order and inventory for both e-commerce as well in-store sales from the store itself. The UltraPOS solution can work with any device such as handhelds, mobile, desktop and tablets. It allows cashiers to scan barcodes, generate receipts and accept payments without any hassle. Retailers can also opt for the accompanying hardware (a handheld device) at no additional cost and a flexible monthly rental fee.
Abhinav Pathak, CEO and cofounder, Perpule commented, “We are super excited about UltraPOS which will make the current POS Billing systems obsolete and will redefine customer experiences significantly. We have been collaborating with the largest of the retailers in India to understand their challenges and aspirations and have got it all built in one platform that they can trust and customise. Our product approach is about building the commerce platform which doubles up as a billing system and can also open up alternate revenue streams for our partners in future. We have already onboarded over seven renowned retail brands in India and are particularly focussing on capturing retailers of all sizes across Tier I, II and III markets in 2019.”