Product: NRS POS+
Company: National Retail Solutions
National Retail Solutions enhanced NRS POS+, the company's core solution developed for independent grocery, convenience, liquor, tobacco and hardware stores, as well as gas station c-stores. Available at no charge to NRS Pay merchants, the solution combines a large touchscreen with customer-facing display, receipt printer, barcode scanner, metal cash drawer and credit card reader with software tools designed to track sales, inventory and users, stated Elie Y. Katz, founder, president and chief executive officer at NRS.
"Our point-of-sale solution is feature-rich and offers our customers the technology and tools they need to compete with larger chain stores," Katz said. "We're constantly improving our product and services and adding new features to take our POS to the next level."
Katz also noted that the NRS POS+ bundle comes with a merchant app that enables users to remotely manage their stores and an online portal where they can download reports. In addition, the solution offers a built-in customer loyalty program; one-touch PINless recharge; and a range of optional, subscription-based premium features such as tobacco scan data, ecommerce, government ID scanning, employee time clock, item modifiers and customer tab.
Describing the NRS POS+ bundle as a combination of durable hardware and sophisticated software, Katz said it provides merchants with a quick and seamless checkout experience and NRS channel partners with multiple revenue streams.
Independent retailers have enough on their plates without having to worry about credit card payment acceptance, Katz stated, adding that this is why NRS founded NRS Pay. The company's processing solution can be integrated with the NRS POS bundle and standalone devices, and the combined services, hardware and software provide users with end-to-end payment processing and support as well as a free credit card reader, zero hidden fees, no long-term contracts and no early termination fee, according to the company, he added.
"Credit card processing can be one of the biggest expenses, and headaches, for businesses today," Katz said. "NRS Pay is instilling confidence at a time when merchants are trying to tighten their belt and pad their bottom line." Katz went on to say that NRS pairs honest processing with solutions that promote sustainable growth. Trust is everything, and NRS PAY is changing payment card processing, he added.
Katz emphasized that NRS is seeking resellers and channel partners to refer and sell its retail solutions, and the program's POS and processing solutions offer great upsides and healthy residuals for participating distributors and channel partners.
NRS is constantly enhancing its residual programs and creating features designed to increase channel partner revenue, Katz said. He noted, for example, that NRS is expanding into the gas station sector for pump EMV compliance and minimart POS integration. The new program, NRS Petro, offers a clean, affordable retrofit solution for gas stations, he added.
Katz affirmed that NRS is a partner-friendly organization, and he and his company are committed to doing business fairly and supporting team members. He also reported that NRS' distributors consider the company's commissions to be some of the most competitive in the industry, and in addition to creating consistent, recurring income with multiple recurring revenue streams, there is no cap to the payments they can receive. This payment model enables our partners to focus on making sales instead of making rent, he added.
"The way we do business is very honest and transparent, which sets us apart in the industry," Katz said. "Plus, we offer a product that's helping hard-working mom-and-pop retailers. As a partner, you'll be getting paid what you're supposed to, without any monkey business, while also helping small businesses that need all the support they can get."
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