LS Retail Announces Participation at European Trade Show
LS Retail, a renowned provider of end-to-end solutions and services for the Retail, Hospitality and Forecourt industries – based on Microsoft Dynamics and .NET (News - Alert) technology – has announced that it is participating in the upcoming EuroCis 2013 IT and retail trade show in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Company officials confirmed that they would showcase their latest LS Retail NAV 2013, along with the two other solutions on display: LS Mobility and LS One.
LS Retail NAV integrates back office functionality and point of sale efficiency into a single organizational system, with transparent repository for managing more optimistic business results.
The company has also added other new features, including a special customer-centric focus, with mobile loyalty, loyalty portal and e-commerce.
Continued customer-driven enhancements in LS Retail bring more retail benefits: special orders and the continued improvement of functionality in sales and price management, replenishment and in-store management, and LS Retail Base Modules including POS.
Matthias Matthiasson, product manager for LS Retail NAV, said, "The next-generation loyalty solution provides a more personal relationship between the customer and the retailer with focused offerings and promotions visible through a mobile loyalty scheme, loyalty portal and e-commerce. LS Retail Loyalty and e-commerce are the store's best friends and a good way to increase foot traffic in the store."
LS Retail will be part of EuroCis 2013 to allow its attendees to meet company experts and receive the latest updates to LS Retail's top-line solutions.
The company will also demonstrate two other of its solutions: LS Mobility, a mobile system for LS Retail NAV that allows the retailer to form a more personal relationship with his customers via loyalty application; and LS One, an integrated, advanced store and POS solution with the flexibility for both the retail and hospitality industries. This product offers a powerful set of tools to optimize business operations and cut unnecessary costs.
Edited by Braden Becker