Springer-Miller Systems launches Teres POS

Teres POS has flexible configuration options and comprehensive reporting capabilities. Photo credit: Springer-Miller Systems

Springer-Miller Systems launched a new point-of-sale system called Teres POS. Teres provides a premium, guest-centric, point-of-sale solution for both food-and-beverage and retail operations at luxury hotels, resorts or casinos. The product is built on a contemporary .NET framework and a Microsoft SQL database. Teres delivers modern POS capabilities as well as integration with front-desk and accounting departments.
 
The intuitive design of Teres translates to improved speed and quality of service to the guest. Staff can easily access guest information and preferences through the Teres POS as needed. When integrated with the SMS|Host PMS system, customers also gain the ability to post charges to any guest account, synchronize food-and-beverage totals through an end-of-day accounting function and zoom into POS check details directly from an SMS|Host guest folio.
 
“Teres supports Springer-Miller’s ongoing mission of being out of PA-DSS scope with respect to the payment card industry security requirements for our [property-management system], spa and POS solutions,” SMS POS Product Manager Liz Chidiac said in a  statement. “Our customers are comforted knowing that their guest’s data is protected as a result of our extensive security measures. Through our integration with Shift4, Teres POS payments are delivered using P2PE, tokenization and an EMV toolset.”
 
Whether operating a single retail outlet or food-and-beverage operation, a busy bar or multiple dining outlets, Teres has flexible configuration options and comprehensive reporting capabilities. Teres POS is supported with hands-on training from the experienced SMS professional services team along with 24x7 access to in-house SMS support representatives.

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