PANEL: The in-store POS of the future

PANEL: The in-store POS of the future

02 May 2019, 12:10 - 13:00

Payments Stage

With new shopping habits and demands for efficient and convenient payments, the traditional cash desk is poised to undergo significant transformation in the near future. From kiosks and self-checkout, to tablets and mobile POS, in-app payments, or removing the cashier altogether, retailers are increasingly trying to make bricks and mortar shopping closer to the one-click online experience. This panel will examine the options and opportunities.

  • Drivers for the shift in traditional checkouts
  • Improving the customer journey and driving in-store engagement
  • Matching your POS technology to the store environment and product
  • Integrating your in-store POS with eCommerce systems
  • Hardware and software innovations to support new POS devices and capabilities
  • Solutions for queue-busting and a frictionless payments experience
  • Experiences and lessons from checkout free payment trials
  • Transitioning legacy systems to advanced checkout technology
  • Predictions for next generation tills and payment terminals


  • Jeremy Dunderdale


    Head of Business Solution

    TGI Fridays UK

    The Head of Business Solutions at TGI Fridays UK with a long background in the hospitality sector covering both public and private sector including...

  • Cliff Austen


    Senior Technical Manager, Retail IT


    Cliff is the Lead Developer for Co-op’s store systems, with 13 years experience in retail IT. He designed and led the development of Co-op’s ‘Pay in...

  • Richard E Price


    EPOS Systems Manager

    Pret A Manger

  • Nick Popovici


    CEO and Co-founder

    Vita Mojo

    Nick is passionate about transforming the restaurant industry through innovative technology. In January 2016, he founded Vita Mojo, a SaaS platform...

  • Mark McMurtrie



    Payments Consultancy

    Mark McMurtrie is an Independent Payments and FinTech Consultant. He advises retailers, hospitality providers, financial services companies, payment...

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