CES Software unveiled CES Touch, the company’s exclusive new advanced epos product on August 31 at Haydock Park Racecourse on Merseyside, with a spectacular three course dinner event followed by a day at the races on September 1.
During the past year CES Software has invested heavily and developed its existing products, in addition to its Credit Debit Card payment and other value-added services.
Now with the addition of CES Touch, the company boasts its most versatile and functionally rich product. With a wide range of modules that can be plugged into software allowing it to be designed and tailored specifically for individual business requirements .The business has employed improvement initiatives by hiring an additional developer, a project manager, software tester and customer service staff.
CES Software has also invested hundreds of thousands of pounds into its new projects to radically improve the product that they hope will overtake and compete with existing world class epos systems. The key features include third-party links and integration, business analytics, ultimate customisation, bookings and reservations, and modules that include
- caller ID
- Mobile E top-up
- News round
- scale link
- chip and pin payments
- customer loyalty
- hotel links
- screen design
- stock control
- table planner
- wholesale links
Ramesh Patel, director of CES Software said: “We are excited to launch CES Touch at Haydock Park Racecourse and demonstrate to everyone what we have been working on. We are proud of the work we have completed over the past 10 months and now we want to launch this amazing new product.
“We remain committed, as always, to ensuring the software remains a market leader and we are confident it will appeal to dealers and end-users”.
The exclusive event, which CLH news editor Peter Adams attended proved to be a very inspiring experience, and after speaking with many of the dealers who attended the event, it was apparent that confidence is high and the product will enjoy longevity in a hugely competitive market.
CES Software, based in London, launched its pioneering CES Touch Screen epos software in 1997 and has since grown to become a market leader in the provision of powerful, affordable and user-friendly point-of-sale applications.
CES Software was bought 10 months ago by 3R Telecom, a UK-based Epos and electronic payments solution company. Its customer base includes pubs, clubs, hotels, restaurants, CTN’s, grocery stores, jewellers and dry-cleaners. 3R Telecom has also started providing links from the software to the Symbol groups such as Londis, Costcutter, Nisa and Premier Group.