Tech Company Launches Android-Based Mobile Business Management Solution

| April 03, 2014

TouchSuite has launched one of the most advanced business solutions to-date with TouchSuite Firefly, an Android-based system that allows business owners and their staff to manage operations and execute customer transactions from anywhere in the world.
 
The state-of-the-art, point of sale system has achieved what none before has managed to accomplish.  By creating a system that is Android-based with a simply mobile application, TouchSuite Firefly provides business owners with a solution that runs at a speed that delivers unprecedented performance of its average competitor.
 
TouchSuite Firefly is customized primarily to support salon and spa owners who require a business solution that allows their team to easily execute client transactions from anywhere within the salon and allow them to run their business beyond salon walls.  Future applications of Firefly will be tailored for other customer-service focused and hospitality businesses, including restaurants and retail establishments.
 
The intuitive system packs unprecedented performance into a sleek, modern unit, equipped with an integrated credit card reader, built-in speakers and plenty of USB and serial-based ports. Designed as a seamless, single-unit solution, TouchSuite Firefly converges key business tools and solutions, including online booking and appointment setting, client database management, document management, marketing programs, inventory control and accounting reports, just to name a few. Every aspect of the Firefly solution will be available to operate on any Android device.
 
The TouchSuite Firefly application can be set up in minutes and works intuitively to improve efficiency and ease business operations.  The entire system is cloud-based, allowing merchants to manage their business from anywhere and ensuring constant security.
 

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