Utilizing Orange POS for shopping malls and department stores.

Introducing POS in shopping malls

When you are operating a store as tenant in a shopping mall, you are required to submit an adjustment report and sales journal to the mall management (developer) every day, so you will need POS system which can also cope with product returns.

Orange POS is being used by tenants operating in shopping malls such as Aeon, Roppongi Hills, and Diver City Tokyo.

Introducing EC-Orange POS in department stores

Aeon

PARCO

Diver City Tokyo

IMS

Roppongi Hills

“MARK IS” Minatomirai

Abeno HARUKAS

Ao

Orange POS supports unique sales reporting system of shopping malls.

A tenancy agreement with shopping mall includes how to calculate the rent (e.g. fixed amount or certain percentage of total sales). Many mall managements (developers) actually collect a day’s takings from each tenant and deduct the rent (6-10% of total sales) before transferring the rest of the money back into tenants’ HQ twice a month.

With this system, when a tenant cashes up at the end of day, it needs to print out an adjustment report (journal) which is submitted to the mall management along with the cash.

However, some developers require you to report in details, in which case some POS systems or adjustment reports may not be sufficient enough.

Orange POS, on the other hand, has all essential functions installed for operating a tenant store in a shopping mall, such as printing adjustment reports, system inspection reports, and electronic journals.

Electronic journal

You can save journals as electronic data and print out partially as PDF form when requested by the mall management.

Serial numbers on adjustment reports

Each adjustment report is printed with serial number which is essential for operating a store in a shopping mall.

Stating product returns and amount refunded

When there was product return and refund was given, you need the proof and it can be printed out on an adjustment report.

System inspection reports

You can print out system inspection reports (e.g. Opening inspection, 12 o’clock report, Staff management)

Stating the number of items sold

You can print out the number of items sold for the day on an adjustment report. Remember that some developers may require their tenants to report the number of items sold.

Many options for the payment method

Because you can set up various payment methods on Orange POS (e.g. Cash, Credit Card, Voucher etc.), it saves your time for filing sales journals.

Case examples of stores operating in shopping malls

Here are case examples of tenant stores operating in shopping malls who have introduced “Orange POS”.

Roppongi Hills

IMMUDYNE INC.

It is fantastic to be able to fill medical records, take photos, and receive the payment with an iPad while serving clients.

IMMUDYNE puts our clients who value health and beauty first, and provides various types of dietary supplements for their healthy and good life. One of our senior dieticians Hiroko Tanaka explains how useful Orange POS is for the business.

“MARK IS” Minatomirai

Camp Coffee Minatomirai branch (Backpackers Inc.)

We thought it looked easy to operate as POS because it uses an iPad which has intuitive interface.

Backpackers Inc operates vegetable curry rice restaurant “Camp”, and started a new business venture “Camp Coffee” in June 2013.

PARCO

Rajet Co.,Ltd “Rajet shop”

We would like to make the most out of its feature such as viewing sales record of each store from HQ

Rajet Co.,Ltd opened “Rajet shop” in PARCO Shibuya in September 2013. “Rajet shop” develops and sells gaming contents for women, as well as character goods.

Ao

SINEQUANONE Aoyama branch (STOCKMAN Co.,Ltd)

We liked the idea of the system which allows you to record client’s purchase history and collect all the data.

“SINEQUANONE” has the concept of creating unique products which are unlike any other ordinary women’s clothing. The products are designed in Paris and available with reasonable price.

Photo IMS:t.shinobu / “MARK IS” Minatomirai:shinji_w

Introducing POS in department stores

When you are operating a store in a department store, in most cases, you will have to use the POS system which is provided by the department store, or share the cash register with other stores.
Orange POS can be introduced at a store along with other POS systems, and used to enter data for sales management or stock control. It allows you to centrally manage sales and stock of all stores, including individual stores and the ones in shopping malls.

Orange POS is used at some stores in Mitsukoshi, Isetan, and Daimaru department stores.

Introducing EC-Orange POS in shopping centers

 

Mitsukoshi

Isetan

Daimaru

How Orange POS can work in department store

When you are operating a store in a department store, in most cases, you will have to use the POS system which is provided by the department store, or share the cash register with other stores. Because of this, sales and stock data are collected at department store’s office first, before being reported back to each store which often makes it difficult to understand the data in real time.

By introducing Orange POS as an input device, you will be able to view sales and stock situation in real time while using other POS for actual transactions. It allows you to centrally manage sales and stock of all stores, including individual stores and the ones in shopping malls, so that you can conduct sales analysis and stock control for each store smoothly.

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