Epos Now’s newest hardware innovation, POStoGO, is an exciting step in mobile point of sale technology. A fully mobile POS solution with best in class integrated payment technology, allows you to take payments on the move, with ease, accuracy and speed. Continue reading
We’re very excited to announce that Epos Now has been accepted onto Tech City UK’s Future Fifty programme for the UK’s fastest growing tech companies. Tech City UK has announced 26 new companies joining its Future Fifty programme, which showcases and supports 50 of the country’s leading growth stage companies. Continue reading
Epos Now has been named finalists and Ruban d’Honneur recipient in the 2016/17 European Business Awards sponsored by RSM.
It is one of only 110 finalists announced after over 33,000 businesses were engaged in the competition and was chosen by a panel of independent judges because it displayed the core values of innovation, ethics and success. Continue reading
Valentine's day... one of the most romantic (and commercially viable) holidays of the year. Last year Britons spent £958 million on all the Vday trimmings! How can independent businesses maximise the opportunity to claim their share of the profits?
It’s a given some businesses lend themselves to the romance and will experience a huge boost in revenue, even with minimal effort. However, Valentine's Day isn’t an exclusive affair restricted to jewellers, florists and chocolatiers. Independent retailers of all kinds should be looking to leverage the marketing potential of Valentines.
We’d all like to believe our workforce is as honest, reliable and trustworthy as they present themselves to be, but unfortunately this isn’t always the case. According to the University of Florida, employee theft accounts for 43% of all theft in hospitality businesses, representing millions in lost revenue. Statistically, as a business owner it's likely you’ve either been stung or know someone who has. Continue reading
Retail crime cost the sector £613m last year, three times more than a decade ago. This huge increase has been attributed to a number of factors, including the increased sophistication of techniques used by criminal gangs. Retailers should be vigilant all year round, but especially during peak hours, a time when crowded stores provide ripe opportunities for nefarious criminal gangs and amateur shoplifters alike.
New Year’s Eve is always a huge hit with revellers looking to let their hair down, bidding farewell to one year and looking forward to the next, as well as providing a welcome boost to the night time economy of villages, towns and cities across the UK.
While New Year’s is a time of reflection, celebration and short-lived resolutions, it’s also a time for licensees to exercise caution. A fifth of all violent incidents in 2013–14 took place in or around a pub or club. How can publicans, bar and nightclub owners protect themselves, their employees and their customers against the additional risks faced on the UK’s biggest party night?
Christmas is the time for giving and receiving, which is great news for retailers. However, with consumer expectations higher than ever, it also means retailers have to give a little something in return. The customer experience is no longer restricted to bricks and mortar stores and it's become necessary for retailers to exist across all channels at all times. Giving your customers extra doesn't have to mean slashing prices black Friday style every week until Santa comes. Sometimes, it’s the small touches that can make all the difference. Remember what your mum says, it’s the thought that counts! Continue reading
Christmas is rapidly approaching. Tumultuous office parties, after works drinks and boozy family gathering will be well under way now December’s come around. Getting people in and out with speed and precision is essential to a successful festive season. Restaurants, gastropubs and bars serving food need to focus on streamlining service in order to maximise the benefits of the additional custom they're experiencing this Christmas. Continue reading