Wincor Nixdorf wins Italian supermarket POS deal

Source: Wincor Nixdorf

The Italian Sviluppo Discount supermarket chain has awarded Wincor Nixdorf an order to take over services for the more than 830 POS systems it currently operates in its 250 stores across Italy.

The contract term is three years. Wincor Nixdorf will also assume responsibility for the complete rollout of POS systems for new Sviluppo Discount stores. Sviluppo Discount will profit from increased POS availability and thus faster service for its customers.

In detail, the contract covers classic hardware maintenance and service for the POS systems, with recovery times of up to four hours. In addition, Wincor Nixdorf will support Sviluppo Discount through help desk services for the supermarket chain's software requests.

On-site service will be provided by technicians from a partner company and controlled by Wincor Nixdorf as general contractor. Sviluppo Discount will thus benefit from hardware and software services from a single vendor, hence decreasing complexity in management.

"Wincor Nixdorf's service concept and its existing references convinced us. We have a long-standing relationship with Wincor Nixdorf, and believe that the quality of Wincor Nixdorf's services will enable high availability of our POS systems," said Matteo Piane, IT Director at Sviluppo Discount.

"The agreement with Sviluppo Discount, concluded some years ago, has been developed in line with the growth of the company. We are pleased, through our services, to be supporting a company that is focused on the quality of its consumer offering and is investing in technology for more efficiency," said Moreno Donatini, Service Division Director at Wincor Nixdorf Italy.

The next step is the extension of the service contract to cover devices from other manufacturers in the supermarket's stores. Wincor Nixdorf can indeed also offer high-quality services for third-party software.

Sviluppo Discount is an Italian supermarket chain with stores all over Italy. Its assortment covers both food and non-food. 

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