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RA'ANANA, Israel--Retalix Ltd. today announced that the Arab Palestinian Shopping Centers P.L.C., a national publicly traded developer and retailer, has selected the Retalix StoreLine solution to be installed in its first supermarket, located in the Palestinian city of Al-Bireh, on the West Bank. PLAZA is aiming to establish five modern shopping centers, each with a full-scale supermarket, in major Palestinian cities, creating the first Palestinian supermarket chain.
PLAZA is committed to establishing and operating modern shopping centers with the aim of upgrading the Palestinian shopping experience and making a contribution to building out the economy. PLAZA's first center in Al-Bireh is a $10.2 million project. PLAZA is a subsidiary of the Arab Palestinian Investment Company, which operates 13 subsidiaries in various Palestinian market sectors.
The Retalix StoreLine system is a hardware-independent grocery and fuel point-of-sale system, offering the ability to integrate and process critical data in real time across multiple sales channels and formats. PLAZA decided to implement the POS solution after an extensive evaluation of several international software packages. In addition, Retalix has committed to deliver comprehensive after-sales support, a service that very few other suppliers were willing to guarantee.
"We view our business relationship with Retalix as a strategic partnership that will bring best practices in POS solutions to our market, thus allowing us to leapfrog older technologies and provide our customers with the world-class service they deserve," said PLAZA g.m. Sam Bahour.