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March 11, 2014

NCR Silver Makes it Easy for Small Businesses to Reward Customers

Loyalty programs are one of the easiest and most effective ways to build lasting relationships with customers. This is why every company, irrespective of their size and nature of operations, want to have a successful loyalty program. However, cost and outdated technology are major barriers for small businesses and they tend to lose out on the benefits that come with building good relationships with customers.

To overcome this problem, many tech companies are coming up with products that are designed for small businesses. One such company is NCR and it has come up with a POS product called NCR Silver for small businesses. This is an affordable POS solution that works well on iPad and iPhone. Currently, it is designed only for iOS, though Android versions may come up in the future.

NCR Silver is an all-in-all solution that handles many administrative functions such as credit card processing,  marketing, inventory management, and accounting. Since this is a cloud-based POS, it can be accessed from anywhere and on any device that is connected to the Internet.

The latest release comes with a new loyalty program as well that helps businesses to reward customers for their purchases. Using this program, small businesses can choose the way they want to reward their customers by tracking their purchases and even making appropriate product suggestions based on their previous purchases.

Along with these features, NCR Silver comes with a simple and attractive user interface that makes it easy for users to use all of the functionality present in this POS platform. Priced at $59 per month, NCR Silver is affordable to most small businesses today.

In short, NCR Silver's new loyalty program is expected to help small business owners to establish better relationships with their customers. After all, every customer wants to feel important and Silver POS helps small business owners do just that!

Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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