From 07th to 08th November 2023, the Technology Days (EHI) took place at the World Conference Center, Bonn. With the VAS Cloud, SHC Group has developed a cloud-based, vendor-independent and highly innovative POS solution, which the SHC team presented with live demos at booth 39. 

At the Technology Days at booth 39: Information about the VAS Cloud

At this year’s Technology Days in Bonn, topics such as artificial intelligence, POS and checkout processes and cybersecurity were the focus of discussions for around 550 participants. In addition to presentations and discussion panels, visitors had the opportunity to find out about new trends and products at numerous booths.

At EHI, the SHC team was available at booth 39 with the VAS Cloud for questions and discussions. The latest innovation for the point of sale – the SHC VAS Cloud – was presented here with live demos on its versatile applications.

Do you want to:

  • Be at the forefront of innovative, digital offerings at the point of sale?
  • Attract additional customers and develop new revenue streams from digital services?
  • Avoid lengthy, expensive implementations & certifications of new services and features in your payment infrastructure? 
  • A fast and lean introduction or upgrade of existing value-added services?
  • Vendor-independent, cloud-based solutions that can be operated on all devices at the point of sale? 

Become part of the POS revolution! 

About the Technology Days (EHI)

The Technology Days will take place on 07 and 08 November 2023 at the World Conference Center in Bonn and are the technology highlight for decision-makers from the retail industry.

Here, experts will report and discuss on-site about the latest developments around artificial intelligence, process automation, seamless checkout, cybersecurity and sustainability. There will also be numerous opportunities for networking at the booths. 

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