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Retalix has launched its Retalix 10 Store Suite to enhance the customer shopping experience at retailers with high-volume, highly complex environments.
“Retalix 10 takes the concept of store software solutions and architecture to a new level by efficiently and seamlessly combining major customer-centric retail functions—customer touch points, store management, targeted promotions and loyalty—into a unified solution based on one software 'engine',” said Shuky Sheffer, CEO of Retalix.
According to the vendor, Tesco is already in the process of upgrading its store solutions worldwide to the new Retalix 10 Store Suite, for rollout later this year.
The suite has been designed to unify the management and deployment of in-store systems, online storefronts and mobile commerce opportunities, and to provide a seamless customer experience across multiple touch points and channels, including point-of-sale (POS), self-checkout, self-scanning, customer kiosks, customer scale terminals, online storefronts and a variety of applications for mobile devices like smartphones and tablet computers (patent pending). The suite also delivers personalized, targeted promotions and loyalty programs through integration with Retalix's Customer Management and Marketing Suite, and includes a set of store and inventory management applications.
Additionally, Retalix 10 features agile development methodologies and easy extensibility, as well as advanced capabilities of flexible deployment alternatives—including thin-client, thick-client, and a hybrid model; an architecture it said drives significant benefits of reducing total cost of ownership (TCO) and facilitating quick delivery of new functionality to the business.
The suite is compatible with all standard retail hardware platforms, as well as with a variety of legacy and third-party systems—providing retailers with flexibility and protection of their IT investments.