Agilysys has released the latest version of its InfoGenesis POS. Approved earlier this month by the Nevada Gaming Control Board, InfoGenesis POS v4.4.8 offers support for EMV and a set of innovative enhancements designed to boost efficiency, improve the user experience and increase revenue.
InfoGenesis POS is Agilysys' comprehensive point-of-sale system that combines easy-to-use terminal and tablet touchscreen applications with industry-leading offline capabilities.
The system easily manages any combination of food, beverage and retail services, and integrates with other Agilysys applications and a wide variety of third-party offerings. InfoGenesis Flex, which offers full point-of-sale functionality on a convenient tablet device, provides a guest-centric feature-rich mobile experience for poolside, casino floors, outdoor patios, convention floors, and other foodservice operations. InfoGenesis POS and InfoGenesis Flex are available as on-premise or Software-as-a-Service solutions.
InfoGenesis POS v4.4.8 features a number of enhancements, including:
- EMV chip-and-signature and chip-and-pin processing capabilities (U.S.).
- Enhanced wireless network performance.
- Ability for property to set an off-line wireless signal strength threshold.
- Right hand/left hand preference capabilities for mobile users.
- Enhanced administrative and management controls via additional reports and improved auditing.
- Order display font size adjustment capability for smaller screen mobile tablets, eliminating the need to maintain separate menu configurations.
- Reorder round capability.
- More deployment options.
“Guest confidence is often created or destroyed at the point of sale, so it's critical that casinos, hotels, restaurants and other hospitality venues implement technology that helps them work smarter and more efficiently,” said Maris Berzins, VP of product engineering at Agilysys. “The latest version of our InfoGenesis POS system includes new features and functionality that improve wireless network performance, enhance the user experience and boost mobility — all while integrating EMV chip-and-pin and chip-and-signature payment processing in a way that recognizes and addresses the special requirements of the hospitality industry.”