Dallas-based Fujitsu Transaction Solutions Inc. announced that three supermarket retailers, including Haggen Food & Pharmacy, a 28-store supermarket chain based in Bellingham, Wash., have selected Fujitsu’s ISS45 point-of-sale software. The supermarket retailers are also using Fujitsu TeamPoS terminals.
“ISS45 delivers the functionality and flexibility required to ensure that we quickly serve customers at the point of sale while being easy to use and integrate,” said Fred Byrum, chief information officer and senior vice president of administration at Haggen, which serves customers in Washington and Oregon. “Our imperative is to incorporate POS software that can meet the needs of today and tomorrow while seamlessly operating with our existing store-level and corporate technologies.” Additional ISS45 installations include:
— Buehler Foods Inc., a 28-store supermarket retailer, has selected Fujitsu’s ISS45 point-of-sale (POS) software and TeamPoS POS terminals. Buehler Foods serves the Midwest and is based in Jasper, Ind.
— Cosentino’s, a 20-store supermarket retailer has selected Fujitsu’s ISS45 (POS) software and TeamPoS terminals for its Price Chopper stores located in the greater Kansas City area. Cosentino’s is based in Kansas City.
— Superior Foods, a 10-store supermarket retailer, has selected Fujitsu’s ISS45 (POS) software and TeamPoS. Superior, based in Lynwood, Calif., serves the greater Los Angeles area.
Fujitsu’s ISS45 is a supermarket application that easily adapts for both turnkey use and customization. Based on open, industry-standard platforms, its modular design enables retailers to custom-configure each terminal to maximize available space and meet throughput requirements. Its built-in combination of supermarket and general merchandise features allows for a variety of store formats and integrates them into a single, seamless system. ISS45 scales economically for stores of widely different sizes and types. The TeamPoS 2000 is a point-of-sale system that adapts easily for POS, customer kiosks, multimedia displays or management terminals. Its powerful, modular construction enables the system to grow and change with the retailing environment, resulting in the elimination of costly system replacements, maintenance and upgrades. It supports Windows(R) 98, Windows NT and Windows 2000 operating systems and was the first POS platform to earn certification by Microsoft Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL). Retailers can also choose from a wide range of configuration options — including wireless networking, dual displays, processors, hard drives, CD-ROM and DVD — to fit their specific in-store objectives. TeamPoS 2000 supports the most powerful POS applications for both fat and thin-client architectures. It features substantial memory and disk capabilities, plus on-board, high-speed LAN connectivity to help manage multimedia, CRM and e-business applications.
About Fujitsu Transaction Solutions Inc.
Fujitsu Transaction Solutions Inc., headquartered in Dallas, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702). The company is a total lifecycle solutions supplier for North American retailers and financial services providers. Fujitsu optimizes the customer’s technology lifecycle and reduces total cost of ownership with point-of-sale (POS) hardware and software, handheld devices and applications, Web-enabled automated-teller machines (ATMs) and infrastructure services, including asset management. Fujitsu offers world-class customer-service support, call centers, product staging/integration and rapid-response rollouts. It serves customers such as Allfirst Financial, Albertson’s, Nordstrom, Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI), Safeway, Staples and U.S. Bank, among others.Details