CLINTON, Tenn. — Convenience-store retailer Git'N Go Market has implemented the first Affiniti Cloud Point-of-Sale (POS) system in its c-store environment.
Clinton, Tenn.-based Git'N Go is taking another step in its enterprise customer engagement strategy by being the first to deploy Affiniti Cloud POS in a live store environment, according to the tech firm. The Affiniti cloud architecture is a platform for all front-of-the-house applications—POS, mobile app, mobile ordering, self-checkout, kiosk and more.
With shared components like a cloud product catalog and central management of systems, along with an underlying microservices architecture and HTML 5 web apps accessible from a browser, the Affiniti Cloud POS is extendable via shared Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), allowing interaction with processes and data in real time, the company said.
Two years ago, Git'N Go wanted to position its c-store and foodservice operations as a destination for its customers and knew it needed a mobile presence and shopper engagement tools to connect with its customers to offer them incentives to visit. The c-store chain also wanted to give customers the flexibility via mobile and kiosk to order what they want, when they want. Git’N Go implemented Pinnacle's Affiniti Cloud QSR solutions that include mobile ordering, consumer kiosk and kitchen system.
The Affiniti Cloud Platform was built for retailers focused on speed of service, convenience, customer engagement and personalization. The product is designed to be a holistic front counter experience, integrated with loyalty and shopper engagement tools, consumer mobile applications and foodservice capabilities.
The Pinnacle Corp., based in Arlington, Texas, provides POS, loyalty and corporate and consumer-facing cloud mobile technology to the c-store industry.