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I Love Velvet to Launch Two-Way, Dual View MPOS Products

I Love Velvet, the mobile point-of-sale (MPOS) hardware and software innovator for large retailers, airlines, leisure and entertainment groups, and restaurant chains, today announced the launch of a series of customer-facing, dual view (DV) MPOS models and new proprietary CRM technology, further enhancing security and the overall customer shopping experience. Similar to the current Velvet Suite of products, the new DV series of models will work seamlessly with the latest Apple iOS and select Android and Windows devices.

I Love Velvet to Launch Two-Way, Dual View MPOS Products (Photo: Business Wire)

I Love Velvet to Launch Two-Way, Dual View MPOS Products (Photo: Business Wire)

I Love Velvet has evolved its MPOS technology, upgrading the acclaimed “brain and sled” solutions, creating a new suite of products with added customer-facing HD display screens featured on the back of the devices. The upgraded models will enhance the MPOS experience by allowing sales and retail professionals to confirm transaction information directly with the customer while simultaneously completing secure payment options including credit card and bank debit card swipes; European Chip & Pin cards; RFID; NFC and 2-D bar code scanning. Retailers can also effectively upsell and cross-sell additional products, as well as communicate targeted promotional and advertising content based on customer buying history. With an added customer-facing HD display screen, the upgraded dual view MPOS devices enable content to be shared seamlessly, facilitating a faster transaction and offering additional promotional opportunities.

“I Love Velvet firmly believes that the future of MPOS lies in effective consumer interaction and, with this next phase in product offerings, we will further deliver an incredible shopping experience,” said Patrick Bouaziz, chief visionary officer for I Love Velvet. “Customers and retailers can now experience a connected shopping world and, most importantly, customers can feel confident that their personal information is handled in a seamless, secure and professional manner.”

Like I Love Velvet’s current line of products, the enhanced MPOS solution will allow shared images and transaction receipts to be sent directly to customer email and wireless printers via a WiFi connection once the secure transaction is complete.

To learn more about I Love Velvet’s dual view product, please visit www.ilovevelvet.com and stop by booth #2344 at the NRF 103rd Annual Convention and Expo on January 13-14, 2014.

About I Love Velvet

I Love Velvet (www.ilovevelvet.com) is at the forefront of the MPOS industry. I Love Velvet is the industry’s only mobile point-of-sale (MPOS) company wholly committed to providing enterprise-grade MPOS solutions to the retail, restaurant and entertainment industries. A comprehensive, end-to-end hardware and software solution that goes beyond simple mobile payments, I Love Velvet’s MPOS systems provide customers with the most integration, flexibility, compatibility with business processes and global security certification. With a 360 degree understanding of its customer’s business processes, I Love Velvet offers organizations the opportunity to transform the customer POS experience. For more information visit www.ILoveVelvet.com.

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