Back Office & Store Technology


Back Office & Store Technology

Cloud based features blur the line between Point of Sale (POS) and Back Office Systems (BOS) to the point that it is getting harder to determine where your solution needs begin and end.  Traditional brick and mortar, eCommerce, and mobile commerce are converging – not just in the cloud, but in new consolidated digital platforms that seek to deliver an omnichannel experience to your customers and provide them with easy access to their desired payment method. 

Regardless of your retail business model (big box, convenience and fuel, quick service restaurant, etc…), W. Capra can lead and develop a POS and BOS Cloud Migration and Solution Selection Strategy – SaaS (software as a service) and PaaS (platform as a service) strategy and approach. We expedite delivery of the strategy by supporting POS and BOS selection and migration planning in addition to execution based on your physical retail and digital retail model. 

Our people are experts in retail back office and store technologies and can address solution selection and integration with payments integration, including loyalty, order management integration, mobile digital commerce, new payment processing and alternative tenders.

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