October 15, 2013
VeriFone launches new POS and Site Management solutions
ATLANTA --VeriFone Systems, Inc. has announced the availability of Commander Site Controller, the company’s next generation site management solution, and Ruby2 a touch-screen point of sale (POS) solution, both designed to provide greater efficiency, faster payment acceptance and new management capabilities that maximize profit potential for convenience store retailers.
Commander Site Controller is purpose-built for rugged c-store environments and combines site, payment and forecourt control in one device, creating additional flexibility in store configuration. Its future-proof system architecture includes expansion slots and ports for additional capacity and functionality. Additionally, Commander Site Controller features 100 percent IP communication for increased speed of EMV transactions.
Ruby2 is the next evolution of VeriFone’s Ruby POS platform, a 20-year leader in the petroleum industry. It features a fully-touchscreen console that increases checkout speed by providing fast and efficient order and payment processing, and a smaller footprint for increased counter space. Ruby2 is compatible with the latest VeriFone product offerings, including customer engagement media solutions, site management software to efficiently manage multiple locations seamlessly, and the latest in fuel control management.
“VeriFone is taking petroleum retail and c-store operations to new heights of efficiency and manageability,” said Dan Yienger, senior vice president and general manager of Petroleum for VeriFone. “These next-generation systems build on the success of our Sapphire site controller and original Ruby POS systems with the ability to expand in order to meet customers’ future needs.”
Commander Site Controller’s cloud based management software platform—Commander Console--enables owners to remotely and simultaneously complete PLU price changes, tax rate adjustments, fuel price changes and promotional updates in real time for multiple site locations from any web enabled device or mobile app for iOS and Android tablets and smartphones.
Commander Site Controller is available today on certain networks. Ruby2 will be available this fall on certain networks.