Caledonian MacBrayne operate a fleet of 12 vessels providing over 20 different sailing routes to destinations across Scotland’s West Coast. Providing this essential service from as far south as Arran, to Lewis in the North is a challenge, but their extensive network ensures vital access to both residents and businesses to some of the most remote parts of the British Isles. In total they provide more than 3.2 million passenger trips every year.
The challenge for Sharp in Partnership with ACR, our premier dealer account in Scotland, was to provide 33 networked, touch screen terminals for use in the vessels eateries and gift shops.
To help you get the most out of your EPOS terminals, Sharp POS Software, a full suite of back office software is available to help monitor stock or to program price changes and much more.
The Sharp ECR Manager system has been developed over the past 20 years and operates in over 2000 sites across the UK. Supported by the national network of experienced Sharp dealers, ECR Manager is available on a wide range of Sharp point of sale equipment from the simple to use cash registers to the more sophisticated touch screen based units. Within the system there are options to create and maintain PLUs, barcodes, keyboards, currency rates, departments and stock control. Also available, is a comprehensive scheduling system capable of controlling several hundred sites from one or more central computers. Furthermore the ECR Manager operates on any windows XP/Vista computer.
Publicise your business and give your customers a professional looking receipt with your website or contact details.
Minimise costly kitchen errors and speed up customer service by having order information sent directly to the kitchen.
Sharp have a variety of top quality yet affordable POS printers to suit most retail and hospitality situations.
For any busy retail environment, Sharp POS terminals offer support for an affordable and reliable scanning solution which can be easily connected and integrated.
Furthermore the scanning minimises potentially expensive keying in errors, allowing for fast customer service at the point of sale.