SumUp launched “Kiosk” to help retailers process orders faster
SumUp, a fintech company, has unveiled its brand-new “Kiosk” solution in an effort to speed up how quickly retailers can process orders. Little eateries and stadiums alike should benefit from the new solution, which will save them time and money.
Customers may purchase, pay for, and pick up their orders using self-service kiosks thanks to the Kiosk solution. SumUp hopes to attract consumers and retailers by speeding up customer service and letting retailers focus on other company activities.
It is obvious that consumer behavior has changed after the outbreak. Research indicates that millennials and Gen Z prefer contactless ordering with few yet effective interactions. Contactless ordering and service are now preferred.
By increasing the volume of orders they receive, kiosks may also help retailers. Self-order kiosks generally result in up to a 30% increase in basket size.
The kiosk solution is completely customizable and offers Point of Sale and payment integration possibilities. Another option is to operate kiosks from a distance.
Moreover, complicated product categories and dynamic price books are supported by kiosk features. Successful roll-outs have occurred at Leicester City Football Club, Cardiff City FC, and Leicester Tigers RFC.
The business community
SumUp’s head of order and pay, Joseph Flynn, says the kiosk solution shows SumUp’s dedication to helping businesses grow.Since the company’s start more than ten years ago, SumUp has been on the side of merchants. Kiosk is important because it combines the greatest aspects of SumUp, including our industry-leading, internally developed hardware, cutting-edge software, and commitment to streamlining business processes.
SumUp Kiosk is its latest offering, joining SumUp One, POS Lite for smaller businesses, POS Pro for simultaneous order processing, and Magic Pay, a payment system that lets diners divide the bill and pay by scanning a QR Code at the table.
Helen Craddock is strategic support director for SumUp-partnered sports and entertainment caterer Levy UK + Ireland. Craddock also talked about the answer: “SumUp has developed something that fits our business and it is great to be working with a partner who shares our vision on the ever-evolving way consumers choose to pay.”