Titanic deal for Derry firm

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A Derry firm has won a contract to supply retail technology to Titanic Belfast.

The iTouch Point of Sale, developed by Campsie based Retail Systems Technology Ltd (RST), is now used for all operations throughout the recently opened building in Titanic Quarter.

Neil Bradley, RST Sales Director, says the contract is a “a tremendous endorsement of the quality, flexibility and functionality of our technology”.

“We secured the business because we were able to offer the client a fully integrated system for transactions both throughout the venue and via their website.

“Our ability to respond quickly to the client’s requirements from our Derry and Belfast offices was another important consideration.

“iTouch Point of Sale software, in particular, is a powerful, yet easy to use point-of-sale solution for a range of applications.

“It’s a very versatile and proven solution for any type of retail and catering outlet that’s been shown to help improve customer service and to maximise profitability. Our system provides important benefits to operators in terms of helping to provide speedy transactions, accurate stock and security features. It’s fast, intuitive and simple to use.”

In all RST provided 19 point of sale terminals, five ticketing terminals and six self service kiosks to the gift shop, galley, bistro, Olympic and Britannic Suites and Bridge Bar at the Titanic visitor attraction.

RST was formed in 1977 and has become a market leader in the development of electronic point of sale technology. The company employs 30 people.