Wincor Nixdorf and DigitalPersona Partner for retail POS systems

Wincor Nixdorf has formed a partnership with globally-recognized biometric authentication solutions provider DigitalPersona to set new standards for POS technology.

Through this alliance, Wincor Nixdorf and DigitalPersona are able to provide advanced POS solutions to their respective clients by incorporating DigitalPersona’s biometric fingerprint solution into Wincor Nixdorf’s TP.net POS software platform. With this integrated solution in place, retail employees can log in and out of each shift, sign on to casher’s stations and log into back office terminals by simply scanning their finger, eliminating the need for employee badges, sign-on cards and all hardware associated with these items. The technology also enables retailers to more accurately monitor employee behavior, decrease payroll fraud and maintain timekeeping integrity in their stores.
Wincor said additional benefits to retailers incorporating this integrated solution include:

Providing a more secure network by using fingerprint authentication rather than static numerical pass codes or key entry for various managerial tasks.
• Significantly increasing the speed of each transaction throughout a retail chain, ultimately delivering a strong ROI.
• Eliminating “buddy punching”
• Reducing shrink opportunities
• Improving overall profitability/return on investment
• Achieving regulatory compliance (PCI, SOX)
• Gaining credible evidence for lawsuits
“By adding fingerprint authentication to Wincor Nixdorf’s TP.net solution, retailers improve their profitability, gain greater accountability and simplify compliance efforts,” said Jim Fulton, vice president of marketing at DigitalPersona. “In addition, employees enjoy the ease and convenience of not having to carry keys or swipe cards.”

Wincor Nixdorf has formed a partnership with globally-recognized biometric authentication solutions provider DigitalPersona to set new standards for POS technology.

Through this alliance, Wincor Nixdorf and DigitalPersona are able to provide advanced POS solutions to their respective clients by incorporating DigitalPersona’s biometric fingerprint solution into Wincor Nixdorf’s TP.net POS software platform. With this integrated solution in place, retail employees can log in and out of each shift, sign on to casher’s stations and log into back office terminals by simply scanning their finger, eliminating the need for employee badges, sign-on cards and all hardware associated with these items. The technology also enables retailers to more accurately monitor employee behavior, decrease payroll fraud and maintain timekeeping integrity in their stores.
Wincor said additional benefits to retailers incorporating this integrated solution include:

Providing a more secure network by using fingerprint authentication rather than static numerical pass codes or key entry for various managerial tasks.
• Significantly increasing the speed of each transaction throughout a retail chain, ultimately delivering a strong ROI.
• Eliminating “buddy punching”
• Reducing shrink opportunities
• Improving overall profitability/return on investment
• Achieving regulatory compliance (PCI, SOX)
• Gaining credible evidence for lawsuits
“By adding fingerprint authentication to Wincor Nixdorf’s TP.net solution, retailers improve their profitability, gain greater accountability and simplify compliance efforts,” said Jim Fulton, vice president of marketing at DigitalPersona. “In addition, employees enjoy the ease and convenience of not having to carry keys or swipe cards.”

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