POSIFLEX Expands Success in POS with Superior Supply Chain Resilience2023/01/09
As one of the world’s top five electronic Point of Sale (POS) system suppliers, Posiflex Technology is wrapping up a particularly banner year for 2022, benefiting from vigorous refurbishments in retail and hospitality industries during the post COVID-19 pandemic era. With excellent supply chain management and risk control, Posiflex has been less affected by the global supply crisis resulted from COVID-19 lockdowns and geographical conflicts on top of other risk factors during 2022, and the company is eyeing toward a further leap in its global-leading position.
World’s 5th Ranked POS Supplier Rises to the Challenge
According to the latest survey conducted by market intelligence firm RBR, Posiflex ranks as the 5th biggest POS brand in terms of shipped units throughout 2021, with its strongest presence in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe. The RBR survey also found that Posiflex rose to 1st place in countries like India, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia and Greece, with its market share in India as high as 54%, and Saudi Arabia 42%.
Why Customers Choose Posiflex: Customization Capability, Quality and Delivery
A new customer feedback analysis conducted by RBR has revealed that Posiflex customers on a worldwide base are most satisfied with the company’s professional support including customization service, reliable quality, and stable delivery (effective and efficient logistics), ranking as the top 3 Posiflex advantages in the eyes of customers.
‧Customization Service and better technical support
Posiflex is the company among the top 5 POS suppliers to adopt a vertical integration strategy— it designs, manufactures, and sells POS systems and peripherals in-house, which means it is able to provide one-stop shopping service to customers as well as small volume customization to fit specific requirements of customers from different countries with various application scenarios and needs, including OS options, logo co-branding and special peripheral specs.
As Posiflex designs and manufactures products on its own, it is well-versed in technical details of its products and can be quicker and more helpful in responding to customers’ needs.
To provide reliable products, Posiflex takes care in selecting quality materials and conducts comprehensive tests before shipment, including vibration test, drop test, plus the industry’s highest standard full-system loading test in 40oC burn-in chamber for 12+ hours for all shipping products. Customers’ feedback also shows high satisfaction with Posiflex’s product quality.
‧Good command of supply chain logistics
By merging various stages of production and supply chain into its own operations, Posiflex has also achieved better command of supply chain logistics with reduced need for outside entities. This, combined with a well-managed supplier network, has accumulated into better supply resilience for Posiflex to achieve more stable product deliveries and shorter delivery times than its competitors during the global supply shortage crisis in the past two years of the pandemic.
“Your success is our vision,” said Owen Chen, CEO of Posiflex, citing the company’s core values slogan. “We combine our technological advantages with customer needs and provide the most feasible products and services for partners and end users,” said Chen.
Planning a Roadmap toward Commercial Internet of Things
Responding to trends of digital transformation and smart retail technologies, the Posiflex Group has prepared a roadmap to expand its business landscape to end-to-end Commercial Internet of Things (CIoT) solutions powered by POS, kiosk and Embedded Foundry technologies provided by its subsidiaries and business alliances with several global leading technology companies, including ASUS, Lenovo and Intel.
Chen announced that the group will unfold more O2O solutions and embedded designs this year, which will herald a new era of smart transactions and thrust the group to a new horizon.
About POSIFLEX Group
Posiflex Group is a global leading Commercial Internet of Things (CIoT) enabler dedicated to providing O2O and embedded solutions. The group now is pillared by three business entities—Posiflex Technology, Portwell Inc. and US-based KIOSK Information Systems (KIS), specialized in the manufacturing of POS, embedded IPC and self-service kiosk respectively, with a common goal in pursuing a brave new world of smart commerce, where transactions become faster and more convenient physically or digitally.