Wincor Nixdorf Launches Enhanced BEETLE /iPOS

Also offers iBISTRO for QSRs

Published in CSP Daily News

AUSTIN, Texas -- Wincor Nixdorf, a supplier of IT solutions for the banking and retail industries, has rolled out the enhanced BEETLE/iPOS, a compact, all-in-one point-of-sale (POS) system.

With Intel Pentium 4 technology, the BEETLE /iPOS is a platform for feature-rich, customer-centric POS applications. The BEETLE /iPOS includes an integrated power supply, customer display and TFT touch screen in a small-footprint, splash-proof design. It is ideal for hospitality, food services, and convenience/ petroleum retailing, but it performs equally well as [image-nocss] a kiosk or in traditional POS environments, especially where space is at a premium.

The new BEETLE /iPOS supports the standards found throughout the BEETLE family, allowing existing peripherals and software to be used, protecting existing store technology investments. Options such as card readers, speakers, waiter lock, and motion sensors can be easily incorporated into the base, the Austin, Texas-based company said. External interfaces (serial, USB and powered USB) provide support for printers, displays, EFT terminals, keyboard, microphone and speakers.

The BEETLE /iPOS supports both Windows- and Linux-based operating systems.

Also, Wincor Nixdorf has announced the availability of its iBISTRO QSR point-of-sale (POS) and backoffice software solution for the quick-service restaurant (QSR) industry.

iBISTRO features a modular design and open architecture that adapts to future requirements, allowing QSR operators to maximize and protect their POS investments. iBISTRO offers customizable menu screens, supports multiple drive-thru configurations, and includes suggestive sale prompting and powerful promotions management capabilities.

It can be configured for all sizes and types of operations, from small chains to regional or nationwide chains. The software consists of five modulesPOS Client, Manager's Workstation, Store Controller, Enterprise Controller, and Menu Manager. Features include:

True multi-concept capabilities that allow QSR operators to manage multiple brands at a single location. Flexible screen configurations with multiple button colors and sizes, and drop-down ingredient lists that allow employees to easily modify orders. Support for online credit and automatic updates. Store reporting features, ranging from basic sales, labor and exception reports with Manager's Workstation to real-time sales reporting and full labor scheduling and reporting with Store Controller. Centralized control of all stores (software updates, menu changes, consolidated financials) with Enterprise Controller.