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Cache picks Ingenico to overhaul in-store payment solution
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Oct '13
Ingenico, the leading  worldwide  provider  of  payment  solutions announced that Cache, Inc.,  a nationwide,  mall-based integrated  lifestyle women's apparel retailer, has  selected Ingenico to modernize its in-store payment acceptance and customer check-out experience.

The Ingenico iSC 350 Signature Capture point of sale device has been designed to support  retailer's payment solution  with a large  color display and a powerful secure   processor. 

Combined  with  Caches  applications  such  as  loyalty  or promotions,  Ingenico  provides  Caché  with  unique  multi-media brand building capabilities  and acceptance of additional forms of payment, which significantly expands  consumers'  payment  choices  at  checkout,  including  EMV chip cards, contactless, and NFC-based mobile payments.

"Cache's  customers are confident and fashion-conscious. When shopping in any of our  250 boutique stores, they are looking  for a fashion-forward product mix as well  as a unique experience with our  brand. Our goal is to differentiate Caché stores  from other  mall-based retailers  at every  possible point of engagement including  point-of-sale," said Anthony DiPippa, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial  Officer, Caché.  "By choosing to equip our current in-store payment acceptance infrastructure with Ingenico's iSC350 multimedia capable devices, we are seeking to provide a way to connect with our loyal customers. This move will also give us the ability to drive conversion rates by introducing impactful brand marketing and tailored promotions at the point of sale."

"Our   innovative  and  flexible  POS  solution  enables  Caché  to  reduce  its operational  complexity, and  to further  facilitate convergence between payment and  business  applications,"  said  Thierry  Denis,  President,  Ingenico North America.  "The device allows Caché to highlight in-store specials with targeted ads, drive branding  programs, and  display coupons.  Also, our solution allows Caché to securely enroll customers in its loyalty programs, sell or reload gift cards, and cross-sell additional merchandise if they decide to do so."

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