Posts

2022 is finally here. We don’t know about you, but we’re excited to see what it brings for the charity retail sector. While 2021 saw the industry attempting to find its feet in the new normal, we’re hopeful 2022 will bring with it more consistency and progress for the retail sector.

But how can you make sure you start the year strong? Today, we’re covering our top three tips for your charity and its stores starting 2022 in the best way possible.

Get planning

Flexibility is critical, as the past few years have shown. But having at least a rough idea of your priorities, goals, and objectives will be invaluable. It will help guide you through the year and ensure you’re always moving in the right direction.

A well thought out, strategic plan will save a lot of time and resources throughout the year. This allows you to make informed decisions quicker and keep focused on an end goal. And it’s best to do this on both a wider level across your charity and for each individual store.

Your planning over these next few weeks might involve: 

  • Analysing the wider market and predictions for the future 
  • Researching your customers
  • Prioritising your goals in both the short- and long-term

You might also want to research any tech that could help you achieve your goals over the coming year. The more thought you put into this now, the quicker you can hit the ground running and overcome obstacles over the next few months.

Look after your people

It’s no secret that providing a competitive experience is critical for any retail store. But while many charities focus on their donors and beneficiaries (and rightly so!), sometimes the staff are overlooked.

Your charity’s volunteers and employees are critical to its success. Ensuring you’re providing them with a smooth, enjoyable experience is extremely important. Just like with customer data, staff data can provide valuable insights into what’s working in your organisation and what needs some extra attention.

A survey by Ecclesiastical found that almost half of senior leaders in the charity sector are considering walking away due to burnout and COVID-19 demands. By looking after your people, you can minimise turnover and boost productivity, guaranteeing a stronger future for your business and cause.

Focus on building relationships

Along a similar vein, when it comes to improving your customer experience, it’ll be useful to start the year with a focus on relationship building.

Personal messages to your donors and customers will go a long way in keeping your charity front and centre in their mind. Especially at this time of year, with spring cleanings looming on the horizon.

Whether it’s thanking them for dropping off a bag of donations, informing them of an upcoming sale, or letting them know how much money their donations have raised, the more involved you keep your mailing list, the more inclined they’ll be to come back to shop or donate.

No matter your priorities or objectives for the year, there’s plenty your charity can be doing now to start the year strong. The more proactive you are over the coming weeks and months, the more seamless and productive the year to come will be.

Nisyst’s CHARiotWeb has been designed to help your charity go further than ever before. Keeping everything simple for your staff and volunteers and automated email functions to help you build stronger relationships with your donors are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to CHARiotWeb. If you’d like to find out more, get in touch today on 01204 706 000.

It’s difficult to imagine the charity retail sector before technology. But while we’ve certainly made a lot of progress, there’s still a lot further for the industry to go. 60% of charities now have a digital strategy – up from 49% in 2020. That’s great news. Yet the sector still only rates itself a 5 out of 10 in terms of digital maturity.

We may know that digital tools are important for streamlining operations and getting ahead of market trends. But we still need to put this knowledge into practice and make tangible changes to their operations.

Which is why we think 2022 should be a year for charity retailers to prioritise their digital transformation. But what benefits can your charity expect?

Enhanced customer experience

Spoilt for choice with retailers to shop with, consumers are demanding more in terms of customised, personalised experiences. It’s why 71% feel frustrated if a shopping experience feels impersonal. Consumers want to feel special, seen, and appreciated by the brands they support.

And this is an area that digital transformation can help. Embracing digital tools to collect data about your customers’ shopping habits helps you to tailor your experience to their needs. It helps you provide those personalised experiences that consumers want.

It also helps you create more informed marketing campaigns and establish stronger long-term relationships with the people supporting your cause.

Increased revenue

There are many ways digital transformation can increase your revenue. From flexible fundraising efforts – such as capturing donations and Gift Aid on the move – to streamlining the Gift Aid declaration process, technology can help you squeeze more out of every day.

Offering a more personalised, efficient customer experience – like we mentioned above – can also result in more revenue. You can complete more sales in a day and secure higher customer retention. This is exactly why 71% of charities who consider themselves ‘digital experts’ report that they are optimistic about their organisation meeting fundraising targets in the next 12–18 months. Compare this to only 42% of those labelled ‘digital sceptics’.

This year, prioritising your charity’s digital transformation could be key to securing extra revenue and speeding up your COVID recovery.

Stay ahead of the curve

Finally, as the world of technology is ever-evolving, prioritising your digital transformation helps you keep ahead of the curve. New tools and technologies are being released all the time. And, in amongst all this change and development, it’s easy for organisations that don’t embrace change to fall by the wayside.

By focusing on digital transformation this year, you put your organisation in a better position to adapt and evolve alongside the wider industry. Rather than feeling overwhelmed, you can be an early adopter, helping to push the charity sector further forward into the modern, technological age.

Digital transformation in the charity sector is nothing new. If you compare the charity shops of today to those a decade ago, it’s clear to see the influence of technology. However, that doesn’t mean we should slow down. For any charity retailer looking to maximise revenue and success in 2022, embracing digital transformation continues to be key.

Nisyst’s HMRC-recognised CHARiotWeb helps you to embrace all technology has to offer. With tailored functionalities to streamline operations, maximise revenue, and improve productivity, we want to make sure 2022 is your charity’s best year yet. If you’d like to find out more, get in touch today on 01204 706 000.

It’s been a tumultuous year for the charity sector, filled with equal parts optimism and uncertainty. But we’re finally out the other side and it’s time to start looking forward to 2022. You might be wondering what to expect from the coming year. So today, we thought we’d share our charity retail predictions for what the next year might look like.

Digital transformation will remain a priority

The charity and non-profit sector currently rates itself a 5 out of 10 for digital maturity. During the pandemic, we saw many charities doing incredible things with digital – from creating new income streams to improving their customer experience. And we don’t see this going anywhere in 2022.

According to the same survey, 79% of respondents believe it’s important for organisations to continue developing their digital maturity. We’ve come a long way, but there’s still a lot of work to be done.

Whether it’s continuing to embrace digital tools, harnessing data-driven insights, or generating new income streams, we believe a hybrid approach will continue to be the way forward for the charity sector.

Environmental impact

Charity shops are already doing a lot to offset the harmful environmental impacts of global supply chains. They encourage consumers to recycle their unwanted items, keeping them out of landfill and giving them a second chance. But, this doesn’t make them immune from the pressing urgency of climate change.

Following COP26 in November, net-zero goals are becoming increasingly important for organisations of all industries – the charity sector included. In 2022, we predict charities are going to have to turn their attention towards their environmental impact, identifying ways to push towards carbon neutrality.

Online sales are going nowhere

In a previous blog, we highlighted The British Heart Foundation’s incredible success with online sales. Specifically their 12% increase in eBay sales during 2020. But we have a hunch this is only the beginning of the charity sector embracing online sales.

Consumers will continue wanting convenience and efficiency, making online sales an obvious choice for boosting customer satisfaction and profits. In 2020, there was over $4.2 billion worth of online sales worldwide. And this is expected to reach over $6.3 billion by 2024.

Not only will investing in your online sales process help you meet your customers where they’re at, but alternative income streams will also help to boost resilience and increase stability across your organisation.

Business agility

Speaking of which, the past year or two have shone a massive light on the importance of resilience. Those businesses who adapted quickly, pivoted overnight, and embraced change were the ones who came out on top. And we’re not out of the woods yet.

This year, we think more and more charities are going to need to build agility into their strategies. They’ll need to stay flexible and able to evolve alongside industry changes, as well as advancements in technology. 

This past year has been about recovery for the charity sector. And while it seems there will be more of the same in 2022, we also think we’ll begin to see a few key trends gaining momentum and pushing the sector in new directions. With these predictions in mind, what can you do today to put your charity in the best position to keep up?

Nisyst’s CHARiotWeb will help you adapt to the times with ease. As a HMRC-recognised solution, we help you to continue achieving the most for your cause. If you’d like to find out more, get in touch today on 01204 706 000.

After two years of thinking about short-term survival, we think it’s time charities starts looking ahead. To plan for the future and think about where you’d like to be in five, ten, or twenty years’ time.

You want your charity to be around for a long time. But if the pandemic showed us anything, it’s that a charity’s future isn’t always guaranteed. So here are our top tips to future-proof your charity and making sure you can continue to contribute to your cause for many years to come.

Boost your resilience

Across all industries and sectors, the more resilient businesses were the ones who adapted quickest in the face of COVID-related disruption and uncertainty. And this shows that building resilience should be high up the agenda for any charity wanting to secure greater success and longevity.  

In the here and now, this will look like diversifying your revenue streams, securing as much profit as possible, and managing your expenses. All of which will make you a more stable, resilient business long-term. 

You might want to explore opportunities to add online sales to supplement your revenue and maximise Gift Aid donations by embracing charity-specific technologies. Or reduce overheads by shifting your EPoS hardware and software to a monthly subscription.

Embrace digitisation

Digitisation is a great way to future-proof your charity. But there are still a lot of organisations who are sceptical.

According to the Charity Digital Skills Report 2021, 60% of charities now have a digital strategy in place – up from 2020’s 49% – which is great news. But there’s still a large number who aren’t yet committing to their digital development.

Embracing all the ways technology can change your organisation for the better will be critical to ensuring your charity can meet the needs of your customers and cause. Not just in the here and now, but well into the future.

You might want to move towards real-time reporting that puts valuable information at your staff’s fingertips in seconds, not days. Or harness technology to improve fundraising efforts, improve brand visibility, and support other day-to-day operations. 

As well as this, you want to keep your finger on the pulse. You want to stay open-minded to any other digital opportunities that might present themselves in the future.

Maintain flexible systems

The charity sector is constantly changing. Your needs today will likely look completely different in a year’s time. Which makes it essential to remain open and flexible.

Nothing will force you to stagnate quite like restrictive, outdated systems. Systems that present no opportunity to grow and adapt with the times. For example, you’re not going to want to completely overhaul your EPoS every time your organisation wants to add new features.

Instead, you want a flexible system that allows you to introduce new functionality as and when you need. You need an EPoS that grows with your stores. One that empowers you to trial new and innovative approaches, without facing the risk of wasting money and resources.

A strong and successful future isn’t a guarantee for any organisation. But there are steps you can take to future-proof your charity and overcome any challenges. By focusing on building resilience, embracing digital, and maintaining flexibility, you’ll take far greater control of your future success.

Nisyst’s HMRC-recognised CHARiotWeb will help your charity to continually grow and adapt to the times. With extra functionality to add as you grow, a monthly subscription to reduce overheads, and innovative, charity-specific tools and technologies, you can continue to evolve for years to come. If you’d like to find out more, get in touch today on 01204 706 000.

The charity retail sector today is vastly different to what it was B.C. (Before COVID). We’ve all realised just how quickly the world as we know it can change, and how vulnerable charities in particular are to these massive shifts.

The charity sector has declined at a compound annual rate of 2.7% over the five years through 2021-22, dropping to £49.4 billion. And even as gradual recovery and progress is made, we’re still a long way off from pre-pandemic momentum. In November 2020, 69% of charities predicted it would take more than twelve months to reach pre-crisis income levels. And 29% thought it could take over two years to do so. And that’s even before we entered the early 2021 extended lockdown.

As the industry continues to evolve, it’s important that charities are open and able to change alongside. Otherwise, they run the risk of being left behind. Which is why we’ve developed CHARiotWeb. We think there should be a solution that better serves the charity retail sector and helps you keep up with emerging trends and industry changes. So how can it help you start 2022 right?

Flexible payment options

One of the biggest impacts of COVID on the charity sector was financial. Shops shut down, large-scale fundraising events were cancelled or postponed, and income and donations became few and far between. It’s understandable why organisations never want to be in this touch-and-go situation ever again.

Hence why we want CHARiotWeb to add greater flexibility and reduced financial burden to your charity. Available as CAPEX or a monthly subscription model, charities can spend the money if they’ve got it, or spread the cost if they don’t. This gives extra peace of mind that you’re always covered and won’t have any surprise extra fees.

Having your software, hardware, operational support, and cyber security in an all-inclusive package gives you one less worry when you’re trying to grow your charity in the post-pandemic landscape.

A customisable, growable solution

Much like the charity sector as a whole has evolved, your individual charity will have grown in countless ways in response to challenging times. You might be diversifying your revenue streams, looking at alternative ways to bring in the necessary income. If so, you need to consider whether your existing systems will be able to support this growth.

With CHARiotWeb, when a charity chooses to expand into new areas, any new functionality is covered under their existing arrangement. Meaning no extra fees for new features or implementation costs. It’s never been easier to trial new activities or income streams. We empower you to introduce new modules as you grow and evolve to constantly tailor your system towards the individual needs of your shops.

Forward-thinking support

While we’re all hoping for some more stability, change is always going to be around the corner. Even though it might not be as sudden or extreme as a global pandemic, the sector will keep reinventing itself. And you want the kind of support that will help you keep your finger on the pulse, ready for whatever is thrown your way.

Our dedicated development team ensures the CHARiotWeb software continues to meet changing market conditions. Regularly introducing new features and software updates, you benefit from peace of mind that you’re growing alongside the wider industry, not against it. And that you can grow in an affordable, resilient way that doesn’t increase your risk or outgoings.

It’s time we stop viewing COVID recovery as returning to a previous moment in time. Instead, let’s view this as a wonderful opportunity to reimagine what charity retail could and should look like. Is it time for a shake-up in your charity?

We understand the immense pressure charities are under to build back momentum post-COVID. And this formed the backbone of our approach to building CHARiotWeb, a cloud-based EPoS system that’s feature-rich and fully flexible. If you’d like more information, or would like to book a demo, get in touch on 01204 706 000.

It’s no secret that the pandemic had a serious impact on the world. But the charity sector, in particular, suffered some huge blows. And to make matters worse, the demand for their services skyrocketed. To get back on track, it’s crucial that charities stay productive and continue to generate funds for their cause.

But the sector lost thousands of volunteers and income from trading is expected to drop more than 17%. The sector is struggling, but tech could just be what the sector needs to get back on its feet. One such example is the cloud. But what could it do for your charity?

Increased security

As you’ll have sensitive data such as personal information about staff, customers, and donors, ensuring it’s secure is essential. With cloud-based solutions, your charity benefits from an additional layer of physical security as it’s stored on robust, well-protected servers. Depending on the provider, they would have much more money to invest in security – something you might not be capable of with your own servers.

Many of us are also guilty of putting off updating our tech. But this can, unfortunately, leave our devices vulnerable to cyber criminals. A cloud system is more likely to update automatically, keeping you as safe as possible. This also saves you from having to wait for the help of a technician to update systems manually, which could result in significant downtime in your shops. 

Boost funds

One of the key benefits of the cloud is portability. With it, your staff are no longer confined to your brick-and-mortar stores. They can access important systems while attending events, pop-up shops, and more where they can continue to raise funds for your charity in new ways.

The cloud makes donating easier too. Your staff can go directly to donors’ houses to pick up donated items and attend events such as car boot sales where attendees can give to your cause. As the cloud is portable, staff can then sign up donors for Gift Aid to make the most out of their donation. 

Improve your shop’s performance

With the cloud, many charities can benefit from improved performance in their shops. The head office team can monitor their store’s performance – checking sales, stock, and more – wherever they are. Reporting features are crucial to driving improvement and can help take a shop from strength to strength. So having access to this at all times makes it more convenient and means you can make important decisions whenever.

The cloud can also improve the customer experience by decreasing queue time. A sudden rush of customers is commonplace in retail. But it can be stressful for both staff and customers. Let’s say a customer is signing up for Gift Aid. Usually, this would hold up the queue. But with a portable system, your staff can move elsewhere, freeing up a till, allowing the queue to keep moving.

From increasing security to helping your staff raise more funds for your cause, it’s clear the cloud has a lot to offer the charity sector. And as the world shifts towards a digital-first approach, it’s essential charity retail can stay ahead of the curve.

Nisyst’s cloud-based EPoS system, CHARiotWeb, can help your charity stay ahead of the curve while making your staff and volunteers lives easier. For more information, or to book a demo, get in touch today on 01204 706 000.

So you’ve decided to set up a new charity shop. It can be a stressful time. You need to recruit new staff and volunteers, set up the shop floor, order stock in, and handle any other challenges thrown your way. And then you need to choose an EPoS provider.

This can be a daunting process all of itself, never mind when you’re in the middle of setting up a new shop. There are many providers and systems with various features. But it doesn’t have to take up all your time. Here are some questions to think about when finding the perfect EPoS provider for your new shop.

What’s the support like?

We’ve all been on hold for what feels like a century at some point in our lives. It isn’t fun. The music alone is enough to make you regret phoning in the first place. It’s even more frustrating when you realise that time could be spent running your shop and generating money for your cause. 

New shops often have teething problems, so it’s important you can get the support you need. Is the support in-house? Can you access help on weekends? Is it closed on holidays? These are just some questions you might want to ask a potential EPoS provider.

Are they trying to improve their system?

When you choose an EPoS, you want it to be the best it can be. It should help your shop remain HMRC compliant, make claiming Gift Aid a breeze, come with a great stock system, and simply support your shop. You may also want to consider what it means for your cyber security

Once you have that ensured, it’s always a great idea to choose an EPoS provider who is constantly trying to improve their system. As you’ll likely be with this provider for a few years, you want them to be creating new, exciting features that will help your shop grow. New features can help you transform your shop and generate further funds for your cause. 

Do they give demos?

Demos are essential when choosing an EPoS system. Aside from assuring the system does everything you need it to, it’s also the perfect time for your staff to get acquainted with the system. A demo will also reveal whether or not it’s volunteer-friendly and presents the perfect opportunity to ask questions to find out if it’s the right fit for you, your staff, and your shop.

We understand that setting up a new shop can be a difficult time, so why make it more stressful than it needs to be? What’s important is that you find an EPoS provider you’re comfortable with; one that will allow you to be the best you can be for your cause.

Our innovative, HMRC-recognised EPoS solution – CHARiot Web – can help you transform your charity and make the most out of Gift Aid. If you’d like more information, or if you’d like to book a demo, get in touch on 01204 706 000.

Finding new ways to generate income is becoming increasingly vital for charities. There are hundreds of worthy causes out there that all need the support of generous volunteers and donors. Charities across the UK lost billions in funds over the pandemic. So it’s crucial that they can get back up on their feet to continue their valuable work. 

That means looking at every possible part of your operation to find areas where you can improve. Take your EPoS system, for example. Does it have all the features you need to achieve your full potential? Such as portability? Why not take the charity shop to the people; here’s how a portable EPoS system can help your charity.

Generate extra income

More than 20% of charities have less than a month’s financial reserves. And 17% are considering closing some or all of their offices. So increasing income is an absolute must.

A system with portable features allows your staff and volunteers to generate income away from the shop. Say, at pop-up shops, car boot sales, or events. This is great for Gift Aid, meaning you never have to miss out on an opportunity to get all that value you need.

Boost your shop’s performance 

We all know how essential reports are to a business. They offer valuable insights into customer behaviour, sales, and allow us to make important real-time decisions to improve performance. But many EPoS systems that aren’t portable require your staff to be on site or at the head office in order to access them, which is limiting.

To maximise profits, it’s crucial your staff have constant access to the data that helps them make the right decisions. An EPoS that provides your staff with portable features allows them to check this essential information on the go. This can be made even better if the information you have access to is customisable, meaning you only see what’s relevant to your role.

Improve customer experience

One in three consumers say they’ll walk away from a brand they love after just one bad experience. So creating an unforgettable customer experience is essential for retaining valuable customers.

So how can an EPoS with portable features help create a better customer experience? They can speed up transactions. No one enjoys being held up in a queue – it can dampen an otherwise enjoyable shopping experience. Portability prevents long wait times by allowing your staff to complete important tasks, such as signing up donors from Gift Aid, away from the till. 

At Nisyst, we’re aware of how important a flexible, portable EPoS system is to charities. So we’re excited to announce that we’ll be launching CHARiot Web at the Charity Retail Association Conference on the 9th and 10th of September. CHARiot Web has all the features you need with increased portability and accessibility. Making money for your cause has never been easier.

Ready to maximise your charity shop’s income? Come by our stand at the CRA Conference – we’d love to answer any questions. Or get in touch with us now on 01204 706 000.

It’s been a long year. By now, most of the restrictions have been lifted, many of us are back at work, and the public is out and living life as normal (as possible) again. But the pandemic had a serious impact on many charities. In fact, one in five charities has considered downsizing due to the effects of COVID-19. 

It’s now crucial for many charities to find as many ways to generate income for their cause as possible, so they can come back stronger than ever. Here are three simple ways you can boost your charity’s income. 

Set up an online shop

There’s no denying the pandemic profoundly affected each of our lives. And one area the pandemic may have permanently affected is how we shop. Online shopping boomed in 2020, with 45.4 million people in the UK making online purchases. It was even forecasted that UK consumers would spend 34.7% more online in 2020 compared to 2019.

With these trends, it’s highly unlikely we’ll revert back to shopping in-store at past rates anytime soon. Many big charities, such as Children in Need, Shelter, and the British Red Cross, have taken to eBay to sell their products. This way, they can access new audiences and generate more income for their cause. 

These are bigger, national charities, so you might think it isn’t viable for a smaller, local charity. But that’s not the case. You can still set up a quick ecommerce site or simply use eBay. Then you can even integrate it with your current system, meaning it’ll accurately reflect your stock.

Pop-up shops and events

Pop-up shops and events are a great way to boost your charity’s income. And since the pandemic prohibited social gatherings, we’re more eager for them than ever. People want to get out and about, and what better way to generate income for your cause than to go directly to your audience?

But why not take it further? Car boot sales are huge in the UK. So much so, that, on average, Brits spend £1.5 billion on them each year. Sending out staff to car boot sales can increase donations. For example, if a seller is leaving but still has some goods left over, your staff can ask if they’d like to donate the items and then sign them up for Gift Aid.

Strengthen brand loyalty

By creating strong, long-lasting relationships with both your donors and customers, it’s possible to turn the occasional donor or shopper into a regular. As well as this, acquiring a new customer can cost five times more than retaining an existing customer. And by increasing customer retention by as little as 5%, your charity could increase its profits between 25-95%.

One of the easiest and cheapest ways to do this is through social media. Or you could add a short message to your emails. One experiment by the Behavioural Insights Team showed that adding a message at the bottom of an email increased the number of donors from 6.1% to 38.8%.

As trends continue to change, it’s important to keep up to ensure you’re generating as much income as possible for your cause. But we understand that this can be difficult. That’s why at the Charity Retail Association Conference on the 9th and 10th of September, we’ll be launching CHARiot Web – our cloud-based EPoS system that makes increasing your charity’s income simple.

Curious to see what else CHARiot Web can do for your charity? Come by our stand at the CRA conference in September. Or you can get in touch with us today on 01204 706 000.

When you’re running a business, you want everything to go as smoothly as possible. This might go double for charities. Not only do you want to work at your best, you want to earn as much money as you can for your cause. So it’s imperative you have every leg-up you can get. In today’s world, that’s tech – it can improve everything from sales to monitoring the performance of your stores.

One piece of tech you can’t underestimate in your charity is your EPoS system. Like many other services, combining it with the cloud can provide so many benefits. Since technology evolves so fast, it can seem like a constant race to keep up. But by embracing the cloud, you can stay ahead of the curve.

Let’s take a look at three ways a cloud-based EPoS system could improve your charity operations.

Streamline your operation

An amazing aspect of a cloud-based EPoS system is that it’s much simpler to set up and get going.

From here, it’s easy to oversee the performance of all your shops. For example, a cloud-based system could sync all the tills with the server, giving you near real-time sales data. The tills continue to run offline even if the connection drops. So staff can keep making sales until they can connect to the cloud again.

For head-office staff, they can monitor activity no matter where they are. Whether in the office or on the go, the benefit of a cloud-based system is that you can make important decisions for your charity no matter what, driving continual improvement.

Maximise your revenue

That portability is great for volunteers too. Being cloud-based, it can be accessed from any internet-connected device. So if they’re out on the street or at an event, they can still connect to your system, bring in donations, and show you how it’s going.

This works wonders for Gift Aid. This is such a vital source of income for every charity, so you don’t want to miss out on any opportunities.

A cloud-based EPoS system will also save you money in the long-run. Since it’s online and remote, you have no expensive costs associated with on-premises hardware. No costly installation or long-term physical security.

Greater security for your data

Unfortunately, no one is safe from a cyber attack. For example, just last year, over 100 charities were targeted in a single ransomware attack. Now, a cloud-based system will not prevent cyber attacks in and of itself, but combined with a cloud-backup service, you can keep yourself that much safer.

So whether you’re a victim of an attack or if your data is corrupted at any point, a cloud backup will be able to get you back up and running. On-premises software might be at risk because it’s attached to the same network. But off-premises it’s separate and much easier to keep safe. It’s a nice extra layer of peace of mind.

Cloud-based EPoS systems are how you can keep up with the changing world. Technology is only going to keep evolving faster and faster. With a solution like this, you can get started quickly and work on making a difference to your beneficiaries. We know these qualities are important to charities, which is why we designed CHARiot Web with all of these amazing benefits in mind.

We’re excited to announce this service will launch at the Charity Retail Association Conference on the 9th of September. For our existing customers, CHARiot Web will have the same PoS design as CHARiot 7, so anyone familiar with that will be right at home. We’re sure you’ll love what we have in store!

Curious to see how CHARiot Web can help your charity? Come by our stand at the CRA conference on the 9th and 10th of September with your questions. Or feel free to reach out to us on 01204 706 000 for more information.