Sales and Hospitality Applications

 

                   

 

     The GoPad enhances MPOS ergonomics   AND   Its printable GoBag displays corporate branding

 

  • The photo on the left shows why handheldMobile Point Of  Sale” tablets are crippled by poor ergonomics.
    • How can this struggling Sales Associate provide good customer service while she’s trying to juggle the tablet?
    • Wearing it in a GoPad would free her hands and solve the problem ... watch and judge for yourself
    • GoPad’s new Shoulderbag Wearing Mode is particularly well adapted to the needs of retailers
  • The GoPad on the right shows how its printable GoBag broadcasts a powerful message to customers.
    • Staff wearing this branded GoBag will project a positive corporate image wherever they go.
    • It also enables customers to easily identify Sales Associates who can provide great MPOS service.

Notes regarding MPOS:

    • Compared to handheld tablets, GoPad’s wearability and integrated stand enable far more productive MPOS sales meetings.
    • When doing store inventory tasks, Sales Associates can easily switch from Shoulderbag mode to FannyPack mode.
    • All Service Industry workers can benefit from hands-free tablet wearability: restaurant workers, airline workers, hotel workers etc.
    • VTI’s “Advanced MPOS” feature (under development) will provide a level of convenience and security not possible using current MPOS systems.  It scans a coded token and merchandise barcodes and then processes weight data to clear security checks (Contact VTI for details).

 

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