NCR said Rebellion Arcade, which runs Starfighters Arcade club in Mesa, Ariz is making use of NCR Silver’s capabilities.
The company uses NCR Silver to capture admission, manage the consignment of vintage video game machines, and sell concessions and merchandise.
“As we had no previous retail experience when opening the arcade, we chose NCR Silver because it truly is an all-in-one solution,” said Kathy Lovato, co-owner of Rebellion Arcade, LLC.
“The solution takes care of the technical matters involved in running our business, so we can focus on giving our community the chance to enjoy classic video games as much as we do.”
NCR Silver allows the Lovatos to promote special events through social media and collect email addresses to keep customers up to date on happenings at the arcade.
In a separate press statement, NCR said Ukraine’s Fozzy Group will continue its partnership with NCR in 2016. The group has been using NCR since 2014 and after recent modernisation at its stores, Fozzy Group started using NCR Point-of-Sale (POS) hardware and associated services deployed by NCR’s long term partner, System Group.
“Looking forward, our business requires innovative solutions to provide the best services for our customers,” said Ivan Slavioglo, CIO of Fozzy Group, adding that the group aims to expand its operations.
The company has been using a wide range of NCR’s RealPOS and RealScan products for the last three years, including NCR POS terminals, customer displays, scanners and keyboards.