GO Software Kicks-Off New Year with 100,000th POS Installation

Monday 12 January 2004 17:09 CET | News

GO Software has announced its 100,000th product installation. The landmark sale represents a 50 percent increase in GO Software installations over the past two years.

Sales of GO Softwares flagship product, PCCharge, significantly contributed to the companys growth. PCCharge, a Windows-based payment processing solution, is popular among developers who integrate it into custom POS systems and merchants seeking cost savings. PCCharge saves money by eliminating redundancies in processing payments and human error, and ties directly into the merchants accounting systems. In addition, the 100,000th installation also indicates successful sales of GO Softwares RiTA (Rapid Transaction Authority) Server, a highly scalable transaction switch that supports high volume, multi-threaded transaction processing. GO expects RiTA sales to lead future growth as it focuses on large retailers and expands into new markets. As the No. 1 golf apparel retailer, Ashworth needed a transaction processing system to integrate with its order processing and accounts receivable systems, eliminating redundancies and manual entry. GO Softwares products improve operational efficiencies and cut down in-store payment processing times, enhancing customer service. These benefits and competitive pricing helped fuel company growth. Both PCCharge and RiTA support POS systems across multiple industries including retail, mail-order/telephone-order, eCommerce and restaurant businesses. Some of GO Softwares customers include retailers such as Waterford Wedgwood, Clarks Bostonian, LGF Computer Co. and Ashworth Inc.

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