Save Mart Selects NCR to Update Point of Sale

Thursday 21 April 2005 11:06 CET | News

Save Mart Supermarkets, a 123-store chain based in Modesto, Calif., has chosen NCR for a chainwide update of its point-of-sale (POS) software and hardware.

Beginning this summer, Save Mart Supermarkets will install NCR Advanced Checkout Solution (ACS), a flexible, feature-rich software platform designed for high-volume checkout at operations ranging from independent stores to the largest chains. Save Mart Supermarkets also selected NCR RealPOS 80 terminals with the DynaKey cashier interface and NCR RealPOS thermal printers. Rollout is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2006. Save Mart Supermarkets also plans to implement Consumer Marketing (ACS-CM), an extension of the ACS application that helps food retailers quickly implement customized promotional programs. As part of the implementation, NCRs professional services team will integrate the new solution with all of Save Mart Supermarkets existing systems. In addition, NCR and Save Mart Supermarkets said that by the time rollout begins they expect to finalize a five-year maintenance agreement - including NCRs Retail Systems Manager, which monitors POS hardware vital signs and allows accurate diagnosis and remote resolution of system issues.

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