SEQUOIA, a major eco-friendly dry cleaning chain in France, chooses Odyssé EPOS terminals by POSLIGNE® for management and till functions in its outlets
"AURES' hardware features innovative designs and unique, interchangeable colours", said Nicolas de BRONAC, CEO of SEQUOIA; "these blend in perfectly with our image and style," he added.
The Odyssé terminals deployed use Gesticle@n software developed by INFORUM, which tailored its solution specifically to SEQUOIA's brand concept and identity.
The sole authorised user of GreenEarth technology in France, SEQUOIA dry cleaning outlets have been offering eco-friendly cleaning techniques since 2007, taking better care of the environment, people and garments - particularly through the use of liquid silicone.
To date, the brand has over 15 owned and franchised stores.
About GestiCle@n and INFORUM
Designed and developed exclusively by INFORUM, GestiCle@n dry cleaning management software is the result of 15 years' worth of research, experience and knowhow serving local retailers.
GestiCle@n incorporates hundreds of features which are specific to dry cleaning. These include handling orders, till management, cards, different rates, loyalty schemes and statistics, as well as sending out targeted e-mails, SMS and text messages.
Founded in 1989 and listed on Euronext Paris since 1999, the Group manufactures point of sale terminals and systems, as well as related peripheral devices, which it markets under the POSLIGNE® brand.
Acclaimed for its excellent reliability, this PC-based, open-system hardware is designed to provide management and till functions in specialist food and non-food stores, retail outlets, superstores, the catering and hospitality industry and all other points of sale and service.
Offering hardware featuring innovative designs and a wide range of fully interchangeable colours, the AURES Group is positioned as the most creative leader in its field.
Distribution of POSLIGNE® systems is based out of AURES' headquarters in France, the Group's three subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Germany and the USA, and a distributor network present in over 50 countries.
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