A YOUNG Scottish EPOS firm is gearing up to take on the marketplace’s major players after launching the latest version of its software.
Intelligent Point of Sale released its latest iteration, Intelligentpos Version 4.0, last month. It was developed after the firm secured £500,000 of investment funding.
The company claims the new version is “better and faster with more in-depth reporting”.
“We have made the transition from start-up to a position from where we can compete in the top league,” said co-founder Paul Walton.
“We stripped back the software and re-built it, up-scaled it and introduced the functionality that our customers told us they wanted.”
“We have introduced a full range of cloud-based EPOS functionality while completely overhauling reports; each report now offers better and more detailed insights, easier time period navigation and, wherever possible, easier to understand, aesthetically friendly graphs. You can export your data and navigate your transactions even more seamlessly, with a much clearer grasp on exactly what’s what.”
Intelligent Point of Sale was launched in 2013 by Walton and co-founder Robin Knox.