Lightspeed launches cloud POS service for UK retailers

Lightspeed launches cloud POS service for UK retailers

lightspeedLightspeed POS, the trade platform for retailers and restaurateurs, declared the UK launch of Lightspeed Retail, the world’s most intense cloud POS framework for autonomous retailers.  Lightspeed POS is now utilized by more than 26,000 organizations around the globe, and processes a stunning £7 billion in transactions every year. Beginning instantly, Lightspeed Retail will be accessible in the UK to a predetermined number of clients. The purpose of offer joins the force of stock administration, client relationship administration, and insightful analytics, with a mobile app that empowers retailers to sell at anyplace, at whatever time, and on any platform.

Jean-Paul Chauvet, Chief Revenue Officer at Lightspeed, said: “Autonomous shops are driving an sea change in the UK’s retail innovation space. Unhampered by legacy enterprise software, they are allowed to grasp cloud innovation and offer an altogether new deals experience to their clients – one that rises above channel or area.”

All things considered, Lightspeed retailers flourish their income by 20 for every penny after the first year of utilizing the item, with the framework demonstrating especially prevalent among retailers with high-esteem stock to oversee. For example, more than half of all autonomous bicycle shops in the US now utilize Lightspeed Retail.

The organization has set the eager aim to join a large number of retail organizations in the UK throughout the following year, and expects to triple its London vicinity to deal with this development and give day in and day out specialized backing to clients. This declaration takes after an exceedingly effective year for Lightspeed, in which the organization developed bookings by 123 for every penny, and a month ago secured US$61 million in new financing, co-drove by Caisse de dépôt et arrangement du Québec (CDPQ) and Investissement Québec (IQ), close by existing speculators Accel Partners and iNovia Capital.

Despite the fact that the US business sector remains an essential center for the organization, Lightspeed has significantly greater desire for Europe: “Our sights are determined to worldwide extension, especially Europe,” said Jean-Paul Chauvet.

“UK independent retail is flourishing, and in the meantime new installment innovations from contactless to mobile are blasting. Add to that a country of technically knowledgeable clients and retailers alike, and the door is open for upsetting the old guidelines of retail in the country,” he added.

 

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