PMC Develop Multi-Channel Reward Card for Paperchase
Paperchase, the UK’s number one shopping destination for innovative and design-led stationary has launched their Treat Me reward card, developed by PMC.
PMC's 2015 Customer Satisfaction Survey - The Results
The results are in from our annual Customer Satisfaction Survey. In keeping with our open and honest culture we are committed to sharing the results of our survey.
Musgrave instructs PMC to manage EPoS selection
Musgrave Group operates or supports over 3,000 local food stores across Ireland, the UK and Spain, with a combined total of over 5,000 POS lanes.
RBTE 2015: MPoS and store mobility top of retailers' agendas
Huw Thomas assesses the key trends and themes from the RBTE exhibitor floor, which he says offered "everything a retailer needs to cater for".
PMC Achieves Gold Level Status In Oracle PartnerNetwork
PMC to Support Retail J Product
PMC in the news...RBTE 2015 exhibitor spotlight
In the build-up to RBTE 2015, Essential Retail will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors. Today, it's IT services and retail consultancy PMC. Published: 09:48:00 on the 26th Feb 2015
So the High Street isn't dead then?
After years of being told that the high street is dead, it appears that the tide may be turning on the future of Britain’s high street shopping destinations.
PMC in the news...Changing times by Retail Systems
Scott Thompson previews Retail Business Technology Expo 2015, set to take place in London on 10-11 March
PMC launch Store Enabler Cash Management
PMC launch Store Enabler Cash Management to help retailers tap into the power of mobile in store
System Selection Process for a new Finance Application
SuperGroup is one of the UK’s leading retailers and, in Superdry, has created an iconic global fashion brand, synonymous with distinctive styling and quality.
Paperchase extend store system managed service with PMC
Paperchase has once again signed a multi-year contract with PMC for Store IT Managed Services.
Retailers must take strategic approach to MPoS
Mobile point of sale has been touted as 'the next big thing' in retail for some time now, without widespread adoption. Huw Thomas, managing director of PMC, assesses the lie of the land.