One of the world’s leading watch brand, Daniel Wellington, has chosen Sitoo as their global mobile point of sale (mPOS) provider, to help deliver a seamless customer experience in its stores across the world.
The integration between Sitoo and Sharespine helps the e-retailer to save time, improve their order flow, reduce manual operations and delivers whole host of business benefits.
In 2018, the leading Swedish retailer, Clas Ohlson, was given the exercise of devising and developing ways to ensure they will still be a successful retailer in 100 years time.
Time to market, ease of implementation, and the ability to integrate with other systems – these were the key drivers for Campadre choosing Sitoo for their new in-store solution.
Transformation has been a buzzword in retail for a number of years now. And rightly so. Retail is changing – and changing quickly. That’s why everyone always comes back to the same question: “What does the future of retail look like?”
The Sitoo team went to New York at the start of January for the NRF Retail’s Big Show. The event gave us chance to, not just to see the latest trends in the industry, but to show people from around the world new ways of bringing the future of retail to life.
Leading cloud-based mobile POS system provider Sitoo is moving from strength to strength as the company’s international expansion continues with the opening of its UK office in the heart of London.
One of the world’s leading watch brand, Daniel Wellington, has chosen Sitoo as their global mobile Point of Sale (mPOS) provider, to help deliver a seamless customer experience in its stores across the world.
The cloud-based POS system provider Sitoo is expanding significantly. Swedish retail chains with stores around the world have been the focus so far, and customers such as Lagerhaus, Åhléns, Adlibris, Designtorget, Nudie Jeans, Björn Borg and J.Lindeberg have chosen the unique solution.