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About Lightspeed Retail
Lightspeed provides retailers and restaurateurs the simplest way to build, manage, and grow their business and create a better customer experience. More than 24,000 businesses processing over $10 billion in transactions annually use Lightspeed’s mobile POS and commerce platform to manage inventory, customer preferences, sales, and analytics to get a complete view of their entire business in one place. Founded in 2005 with offices in Canada, USA, and Europe, Lightspeed is backed by Accel Partners and iNovia Capital.
Lightspeed offers POS products for the retail and restaurant industries. Lightspeed Retail and OnSite are point-of-sale systems that provide an all-in-one solution for retailers. They provide real-time data and visuals, in-depth reporting and interfaces that are both intuitive and easy to use.
Lightspeed Retail helps retailers better serve their customers in the store and manage their entire business to make sure they always have the right product for the right customer at the right time. Lightspeed’s customers average half a million sales annually and include marquee brands like DASH, Nutrishop, Harman Kardon, and Leica, as well as independent retailers across the globe.
- Mobile Checkout: Fully-brandable iPad app that enables checkout on the store-floor and brings inventory alive with personalized product look-ups and recommendations
- Web Store: ecommerce designed specifically for the needs of brick-and-mortar retailers with synced inventory, 360 view of sales, and an easily customized look that matches the in-store vision
- Powerful inventory management: Allows retailers to easily view and manage inventory from all selling environments, monitor sales, manage suppliers, track customer preferences and analyze performance, all from a single dashboard that is accessible anywhere from a web browser or an iPad app
- Advanced reporting: Real-time insight into sales, inventory trends and customer preferences so retailers can make better decisions about their business
Montreal-based cycle shop Fitz & Follwell was finding keeping up with back-end operations time-consuming and difficult. Incorporating LightSpeed technology established a streamlined workflow, saving precious administrative hours. The company relies on the SROs (Service Repair Order) to automate tedious processes like creating customer profiles and work orders, generating invoices, and recording payment methods. Shop founder Shea Mayer appreciates the self-service interface and remote access capabilities. “Being able to stay connected remotely is important to me,” says Mayer.
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(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Jonathan Darcy)