From small, local retailers to large multi-national chains, this software-hardware bundle provides the necessary tools to manage their businesses across their Point of Sale, Store Operations and Back Office needs.
FOLSOM, CA – July 27, 2011 – A global leader in comprehensive retail point of sale software, Retail Pro International announced a launch of a joint program with HP, the world’s largest technology company, aiming to deliver a total technology solution to retailers by bundling their respective products.
With a focus on delivering flexible, scalable and proven retail solutions both HP and Retail Pro are known for, the partnership will help retailers gain greater insight and control into their operations efficiently and cost-effectively.
Running on specifically designed for retail HP hardware and peripherals built to withstand the demands of the retail environment, Retail Pro’s scalable and highly customizable point of sale software offers retailers the agility to operate their business the way they want. No matter how big or small, every retailer now has a manageable, easy-to-use single solution that can be scaled to their store operations, custom tailored for a complete fit to merchant’s requirements and, more importantly, grow right along with them.
From enhancing the customer experience across multiple channels to understanding consumer behavior and securely managing data, the power of the Retail Pro and HP partnership empowers specialty retailers, as well as business partners, to find the right solution to fit any business.
“At the end of the day, it’s all about the bottom line. That’s why it’s important to implement cost-effective POS solutions that not only save you money but actually help you operate more efficiently to grow GMROI,” commented Mike Bishop, Vice President of Business Development at Retail Pro International. “We saw a need for a complete world-class retail management solution, that is retail-hardened and accessible to retailers of any size. This partnership between Retail Pro and HP solves that need by putting the best-of-breed technology within reach of every merchant, allowing them to profitably manage their business.”
From the storefront to the warehouse to their headquarters, the flexible retail management systems from Retail Pro and HP help integrate all aspects of a specialty retailer’s business and give them detailed oversight of their operations, all in real-time and within budget. And by doing this, they can now focus on what’s more important—growing their business. Learn more about the partnership and bundled solutions at www.retailpro.com/hp
About Retail Pro
Retail Pro International, LLC is a global leader in Point of Sale, Store Operations, Merchandising, Planning, Business Intelligence, and Payment Processing software applications for the specialty retail industry. For over 20 years, Retail Pro has enabled specialty retailers to achieve their full potential through a unique, scalable, reliable, and highly customizable retail management solution.
Today, Retail Pro is used by more than 40,000 retail stores globally in markets such as fashion, luggage, footwear, collectibles, gifts, home furnishings, sporting goods, and accessories. With unparalleled functionality, flexibility and ease-of-use, Retail Pro has established itself as a trusted solution for today's specialty retailers worldwide. The solution is delivered through a global network of business partners to over 63 countries, translated in 18 languages.
For more information, please visit www.retailpro.com.
HP creates new possibilities for technology to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, governments and society. The world’s largest technology company, HP brings together a portfolio that spans printing, personal computing, software, services and IT infrastructure at the convergence of the cloud and connectivity, creating seamless, secure, context-aware experiences for a connected world. More information about HP (NYSE: HPQ) is available at www.hp.com.
Retail Pro International, LLC
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