QUORiON Announces Release of New Fiscal Cash Register Series

Top Quote After the release of the low cost CR20 last year, QUORiON plans to add another fiscal cash register to its line-up this summer - the QMP50 series. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 06, 2011 - Fiscal cash registers come with a fiscal memory chip that stores all the sales information, which many countries log to enforce taxes. This data is tamper proof. The QMP50 stores up to 2000 Z-Reports, each containing daily sales totals.

    Much like the CR20 the QMP50 relies on a 32-bit architecture, but in addition offers graphical LCD displays, USB programming via PC, and a new external power supply implementation. "We have received and evaluated much customer feedback over the past year and wanted to hone in on some of the more specific fiscal cash register attributes we often see as requirements in fiscal laws," Mrs. Cordula Rehfeldt, Director of Sales, explains. "Most of the time business owners purchase a low end fiscal cash register just to satisfy their country's fiscal law. These cash registers typically provide little added value to store operations.

    This is something we wanted to change. Our objective was to deliver a solution that satisfies both sides of the coin," Mrs. Rehfeldt adds. A closer look at the hardware reveals that the QMP50 will offer most of the functionality that traditional cash registers provide, but without the added cost. "Simple operation and cashing functions are the main features store owners demand. USB programming with QProg reduces management time, whereas the new external power supply provides enough juice to power 5V accessories and peripheral devices such as scanners straight from the cash register interface," Mr. Matthias Hesse, Product Manager, asserts. A closer look at some of the other fiscal cash registers out there confirms that many appear to lack this functionality.

    The company will also offer the QMP50 series in non-fiscal countries. According to Mrs. Rehfeldt, the QMP50 should do well in the low end segment, because it comes with more features than one commonly encounters there.

    Moreover, existing QUORiON customers will undoubtedly be glad to hear that the QMP software will be part of the QMP50 offer. "As was the case with the CR20, we want to ensure a smooth transition between product lines. Customers will already be familiar with the software," Mr. Hesse clarifies.

    Store owners in fiscal countries will certainly welcome this news, because it will allow them to satisfy their country's fiscal laws as well as make improvements to their store operations.

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