PayPoint unveils free EPoS upgrade trial promotion

PayPoint One terminal

PayPoint has launched a new promotion that allows existing PayPoint One customers trial an upgraded EPoS package for three months at no additional cost.

The offer includes full set-up, training and ongoing customer support.

The promotion means that customers of the entry-level PayPoint One Base system can upgrade to either the mid-level PayPoint One EPoS Core or the top-end EPoS Pro with no additional costs during the trial period, while existing PayPoint One EPoS Core users can advance to the EPoS Pro package.

With PayPoint One EPoS Core, retailers can take advantage of features such as real-time reporting, access to an online product file of over 100,000 SKUs and a fully integrated bill payments and card service.

All the benefits of the EPoS Core package come as standard with EPoS Pro, but additional features such as multiple supplier integrations, real-time stock management and flexible product pricing allow retailers to take their business to the next level. EPoS Pro customers can also print shelf edge labels and control inventory remotely via their smartphone, removing the need of being tied to the till.

Seven-day customer support, secure cloud-based data storage and four-hour hardware replacement times are standard across all PayPoint One packages. Meanwhile, retailers currently not on a PayPoint EPoS platform, and who switch to either PayPoint One EPoS Core or EPoS Pro, have the option of a free data migration service, allowing for the swift transfer of product and stock information.

Lewis Alcraft, Chief Operating Officer at PayPoint, said: “This promotion gives retailers the opportunity to ‘try before they buy’ with the leading EPoS system for the convenience retail sector.

“This trial demonstrates PayPoint’s commitment to ensuring retailers have the tools they need to futureproof their businesses, as well as serve the communities which rely on them day-to-day.”

The free trial promotion is currently planned to close at the end of August. At any time within the three-month period a retailer can cancel and revert to their old package. However, if they choose not to cancel, they will be moved onto their respective new price plan at the end of the trial period.

Find out more on PayPoint’s website.