Telstra-backed retail specialist Neto has introduced new fulfilment, customer management, and discounting options to Neto POS.

The upgrade lets customers mark in-store orders for fulfilment at a later time, add customers to VIP pricing in real-time, provide account credit redemption services, email receipts and even offer customers lay-by payments through integration with the Neto Online Store platform.

“The latest version of Neto POS makes it easier and faster than ever for Aussie businesses to digitise their point-of-sale infrastructure, in a way that revitalises customer experiences and supply chain efficiency from the word go,” said Ryan Murtagh, CEO, Neto.

According to Murtagh, by integrating all types of point-of-sale scenarios on the same cloud commerce platform, Neto POS enables retailers to automate inventory management, reduce cash handling errors, and personalise customer service for in-store orders like they do for online purchases.

“Our vision is to remove the friction between digital and bricks-and-mortar stores so that customers and retailers get a consistent experience no matter which channel they’re using. This upgrade takes us a step closer to tying together POS, CRM, and order fulfilment in a truly seamless way, by bringing Australia’s cash registers and in-store sales channels into the digital era,” he said.

Neto POS forms part of the Neto digital commerce platform that also allows retailers to manage their online stores, marketplace listings, and logistics processes through a single cloud-based dashboard. Neto POS can support a range of point-of-sale devices in up to 100 stores, from laptops and iPads to more traditional cash drawers, payment terminals, and network-enabled receipt printers.

“Meeting the various purchase demands of customers can prove tricky: some want to buy online for in-store pickup, others buy in-store for delivery elsewhere, and others order through third-party suppliers,” said Craig Flavell, Owner of Emu Florist.

“By giving us a single product catalogue with real-time inventory management, Neto POS allows us to seamlessly fulfil online, in-store, and third-party orders with incredible flexibility and simplicity.”

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