Jaspers & Co chooses the TM-T88VI-iHub
Smart POS systems for Jaspers & Co.
In her shop, Jaspers & Co., Claudia Fässler sells beautiful items for the home.
For her Point of Sale (POS) system and the entire back office, she relies on online solutions teamed with Epson's TM-T88VI-iHub to print receipts.
Claudia Fässler, an experienced interior designer, opened her shop in Switzerland for customers to find furniture, home textiles and home accessories.
"My goal is to offer something for every budget. Tasteful living should not be a matter of finance," explains the owner.
"That's why I wanted a solution that was as flexible as possible for administration and largely automated routine jobs."A smart POS system
Fässler opted for a POS system solution, where the receipt is printed by Epson's TM-T88VI-iHub thermal receipt printer.
The web-based solution transforms computers, tablets and mobile phones into flexible POS systems. Fässler uses it with her MacBook.
"But I can always use other devices," she points out.
"This is especially useful when the cashier computer is busy or when I have to cash something while out and about."
It accepts payments in any standard form with the POS system card reader and cash drawer.
When printing receipts, the TM-T88VI series printers have low power consumption, even when in standby, which reduces costs.
It can also be coupled with a cash drawer. Fässler has opted for the wireless version.
"It was important to me that the POS system be simple, mobile and reliable, while offering expansion possibilities."Fully integrated
"What I like most about my integrated POS system with business software is that it vastly reduces annoying administration.
"This leaves more time for advising my customers, for sales, and of course, for creativity," says Claudia Fässler.
Her TM-T88VI-iHub receipt printer plays an important part in this.
"It plays a central role in the daily life of the business, but thanks to its reliability, you hardly know it's there," says the shop owner.
With its comprehensive integrated solution, Fässler has found the perfect mix of online and offline, paper and electronics that works for her.