By: apuri

November 6, 2017 10:22 am


SUSE Manager for Retail – The future of managing your point of service environment

The retail IT infrastructure is a very peculiar environment to manage, particularly with regards to the point of service (POS) devices. By its very nature, the retail business is characterized by a multitude of end point devices spread across diverse geographical locations, with the IT admins always vying for centralized management of their point of […]

Read More

Michael Tabron
By: Michael Tabron

August 14, 2017 3:40 pm


Coop Group Improves Customer Satisfaction with SAP HANA on SUSE Linux and IBM Power

Coop Group is an international retailer who needed to be more agile and responsive to customer requirements for a more flexible shopping experience. To accomplish this, Coop Group wanted near real-time access to important business data. They were already collecting business data in SAP HANA Business Warehouse appliances, but chose to migrate these systems to […]

Read More

By: jlove

December 19, 2016 3:56 pm


Future-proofing Retail Point of Service Through 64-bit Image Support

In today’s fast-paced retail industry, it’s imperative to keep up with the latest evolving hardware.  Not being able to keep up with the pace of change translates into lost business.  As more retail Point of Service (POS) solutions are being built using SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Service as a base, being able to future-proof […]

Read More

By: chabowski

December 19, 2016 8:28 am


Building Images for 64-bit POS Devices with the New SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Service Image Server

It´s this time of the year again for retailers – Christmas season is putting them under huge pressure. And even though IT budgets for retail environments have been on the rise again during the past years, many departments are still saddled with an outdated hodgepodge of systems, licensing fees, maintenance and multi-year roll-outs.  At the […]

Read More

By: k2sherman

September 21, 2016 12:00 pm


Can I have one of those?

If you are a retailer, you are considering or have implemented some of the new technologies that help track where people walk and what they pick up, register emotional responses or show payment transparencies. All of this tracking produces a ton of data. And I mean a ton of data. Chances are, you are using […]

Read More

By: chabowski

April 23, 2015 8:21 am


Three Things You Should Know about SUSE and the Retail Industry

Retail is said to traditionally lag in technology, especially at the foundation level. And even though IT budgets are increasing, quite a few IT departments are saddled with outdated, hodgepodge systems, licensing fees, maintenance and multiyear rollouts. At the same time, retail customers are more technology savvy than ever, and they want to use their […]

Read More

By: chabowski

April 2, 2012 8:42 am


Don't you use SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Service? It could have made my Day today!

What a start to the day this morning … Believe it or not, I didn’t realize until today that time is one of the most valuable assets we have – and who really likes to waste a valuable asset? Already frantically busy, I hurried to the doctor early this morning to pick up an urgently […]

Read More

Joachim Werner
By: Joachim Werner

March 16, 2012 1:44 pm


SUSE Manager and Point of Service: A Dream Team

Blue sky with no clouds over Nuremberg today. So let’s go with a “brick-and-mortar” topic for a change. I’ll get back to the Cloud soon: Some of you may know that my former role at SUSE was to take care of the Retail and Point of Service business. As the only Linux vendor in the […]

Read More

Joachim Werner
By: Joachim Werner

July 29, 2010 11:47 am


Watch the future of Retail

Watch a new three-part video on YouTube to learn how Novell sees the future of Point of Service and IT in Retail.

Read More

By: Alex_F

May 15, 2010 4:31 am


SLEPOS11 at Novell BrainShare 2010 * Forcing POS client installation …

Enjoy the video how to force the reinstallation of a cash register system remotely using SLEPOS admin commands …

Read More