M Computer touts latest point of sale technology

Wholesale and retail companies seeking the latest electronic point of sale (EPOS) technology could solve their problems by paying a visit to M Computer Technologies' stand in hall 2.

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By  Administrator Published  September 11, 2007

Wholesale and retail companies seeking the latest electronic point of sale (EPOS) technology could solve their problems by paying a visit to M Computer Technologies' stand in hall 2.

The Glasgow-based company is exhibiting at GITEX Technology Week for the first time in an effort to assess the Middle East market and meet with prospective customers.

"We've not yet been active in this market, but some of our clients have franchises in the Middle East so there are already organisations which are running our software," explains Nosheena Mobarik, director, M Computer.

"This is an exploratory visit for us. We are testing the market and seeing what's out there, but our impression is that this is a vibrant market where people are serious about buying into EPOS solutions," he adds.

M Computer says its objective is to cut the complexity and expense synonymous with running a retail environment. Its EPOS and ERP systems solutions cater for a variety of software and experienced companies desiring a more sophisticated solution.

"Adopters of EPOS who are driven by price don't really know exactly what they want because their decision is based on price," says Mobarik. "However, their second adoption tends to be more calculable and that's where we come in and can call upon a retailing experience of more than 30 years. At the same time we can also be competitive when it comes to price."

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