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Serving thousands of customers worldwide, APG Cash Drawer powers cash management solutions across a wide range of global industries and verticals. Whether it’s our general application cash drawer, custom designed solutions, or the SMARTtill® Cash Management Solution, our products and brand are differentiated by our ability to deliver innovative technologies that globally enhance efficiency and security at the point of sale. To learn more about APG’s products, visit our website or call 763-571-5000. Stay updated on our products by following us on Twitter, Facebook , Instagram or LinkedIn.

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APG has built a reputation as the supplier of choice for cash management solutions for retail, grocery, hospitality, and quick serve for thousands of customers in over 90 countries. For 40 years, APG Cash Drawer has been committed developing durable and dependable cash drawers while utilizing the latest technology. We don’t just build cash drawers, provide solutions for the retail environment to deliver superior customer service and shopping experiences.

Why Choose APG Cash Drawer

 

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APG WHITE PAPERS

  • Digital Marketing: Cost-Effective Branding And Messaging For POS Solution Providers

    Without a marketing strategy, it’s difficult to target your message to customers about how you can support their business needs and goals. The more you hone the message, the better customers understand the value you provide, which gives them an incentive to engage and transact with you.

  • Embracing New POS technology Expands ISVs' Marketing Opportunities

    As a new, lighter POS approach emerges, Point of Sale (POS) solutions no longer have to depend on PCs to operate. Depending on a system’s configuration, the new POS model can leverage thin clients such as tablets and handhelds, giving the cashier the freedom to transact business at the point of decision.

  • SMARTtill™: An Automated Cash Management Technology

    Cash Still Rules. It takes money to make money. This old adage certainly holds true for businesses that process cash transactions. Cash costs U.S. businesses $55 billion yearly. While most of that is due to theft, the figure also includes time spent on processing, counting and transporting bills and coins.

  • Why ISVs Should Integrate Cash Recycling Into POS Systems

    As cash-handling industries such as retail and food service evolve, cost-efficient ways to process cash are a must. Mechanical and manual methods no longer adequately support businesses, as evidenced by the $50 billion of retail revenue lost yearly to theft. ISVs that integrate intelligent cash management solutions such as cash recyclers into their solutions help clients meet tough challenges, protect their businesses, and improve their chances at longterm success.

  • Addressing Security And Connectivity With Cash Drawer Configuration Options

    As a new, lighter point of sale (POS) approach emerges, POS solutions no longer require PCs to operate. Depending on a system’s configuration, the new POS model can leverage thin clients such as tablets, handhelds, and IP-enabled cash drawers to bring flexibility and convenience to in-store transactions.

  • How To Link Cash Drawer And Connectivity Options To Business Goals

    Now that point of sale (POS) solutions no longer have to depend on PCs to operate, businesses have a wide range of options to set up their systems. Retailers, restaurateurs and hospitality operators can take advantage of standalone IP- enabled components to choose whatever configuration best suits their business objectives and customer needs.

  • Turning IP-Based POS Systems Into Recurring Revenue

    The need for PC-centric POS solutions is waning as a more flexible model emerges. Leveraging cloud and mobile technologies, this model supports thin client and IP-enabled components such as cash drawers and printers.

  • Cash Transactions In A Mobile World

    For two decades, the PC has reigned supreme over POS solutions, operating as point of sale terminals that sit on counters and control various peripherals. However, the need for PC-centric solutions is waning as a more flexible POS model emerges.

APG CASE STUDIES

  • New Opportunities For ISVs With Expanded Innovations In POS Technology

    As a new, lighter POS approach emerges,solutions no longer depend on PCs to operate. This opens significant opportunities for ISVs to help clients weigh options and make decisions. And in helping their customers, ISVs will help themselves.

  • APG Partner Toast Cures Popular Food Truck’s POS Woes

    Erik Metzdorf knows what it’s like to be a victim of your own success. When his food truck, Metzy’s Taqueria, rolled onto the streets of Newburyport, MA, in spring 2014, a line of customers wanting to buy tacos and burritos wrapped around the block. While it shouldn’t take more than a few minutes to fulfill an order, customers were forced to wait much longer.

  • APG Partner’s mPOS Solution Combines Human Touch With Efficiency

    In his vision for Fortina Italian restaurants, Rob Krauss saw a perfect combination of hospitality with expedience. His hostesses and servers would work in tandem to deliver service with a smile, with tableside orders going directly to the kitchen to accelerate food preparation and minimize waits. Customer information would be captured and stored for follow-up marketing.

  • Tablet-Based POS Transforms Craft Beer Store's Operations

    A job well done brings many rewards, and if you’re in the business of developing and installing POS software, rewards can come in the form of customer referrals. Such was the case when Revel Systems got an inquiry to replace the cash registers at a San Francisco craft beer store with an iPad-based POS solution and APG cash drawers.

CONTACT INFORMATION

APG Cash Drawer, LLC

5250 Industrial Boulevard

Minneapolis, MN 55421

UNITED STATES

Phone: (763) 571-5000

Fax: (763) 571-5771

Contact: Robert Daugs

APG ARTICLES

  • Increasing Your Business Valuation Through SaaS
    Increasing Your Business Valuation Through SaaS

    In addition to POS applications sold as SaaS products there are many add-ons which can create recurring revenue: Loyalty/Rewards, Above-store Reporting, Data Security, Online Ordering and more.

  • Seven Retail Trends To Watch In 2019
    Seven Retail Trends To Watch In 2019

    Barring some unforeseen event, retailers have lots of reasons to feel positive as we head into the new year. The economy is good, consumer confidence is high and retail is stronger than might be expected, considering the often-repeated predictions of a retail apocalypse.

  • Balancing ISV And Vendor Customer Support

    Delivering a positive customer support experience is a must for any business looking to keep customers for the long term. For POS ISVs who maintain relationships with multiple hardware vendors, this can get tricky because it requires tight coordination with the partners.

  • Best Practices For ISV Integrations With Hardware

    POS ISVs looking to boost brand recognition often turn to hardware manufacturers to get their solutions to market. Partnerships to integrate ISV solutions with hardware are one of the most effective ways to create a market for your software.

  • Does Your Vendor Deliver Partner Value? 7 Ways To Check

    POS resellers are essential to a vendor’s strategy to target its products to the right market. Without the benefit of channel partnerships, vendors would be hard-pressed to gain brand mindshare.

  • Tips For Successful ISV Relationships With Resellers

    Partnerships between POS ISVs and resellers provide mutual benefits: They help ISVs scale the distribution of their software solutions while opening opportunities for VARs to add value for their customers.

  • Protecting Manufacturer Brand Identity Through Channel Partners

    APG Cash Drawer, like many other manufacturers, relies on the indirect sales channel to get our products and solutions into the hands of our end user customers. This involves working with distributors, POS resellers, OEMs and software developers to ensure our products and services deliver maximum value.

  • Still Not Comfortable With Millennials? Wait Till You See Generation Z

    Employers are still coming to terms with how to accommodate the work habits of millennials. You remember Millennials, the generation that reached adulthood around 2000 and brought a fair amount of change. They prefer flexible hours, have a strong sense of work/life balance, and want to be rewarded for their work with clear career advancement opportunities.

  • 2017 Outlook: Eight POS Trends To Watch

    Each new year brings changes, reaffirmation of trends and patterns, and new developments. In the retail and hospitality space, expect to see in 2017 a continuation of the trend toward mobility, cloud-based solutions and the emergence of Unified Commerce strategies. Some belt-tightening is also likely as these industries wade through economic and political uncertainties, particularly in Europe.

  • The Unknown Truth About Self-Checkout

    If you’ve been through a self-checkout lane at a supermarket or department store, you’ve probably concluded that “self” is more aspiration than reality. Something always seems to go wrong, prompting the self-checkout machine to inform you an attendant is on the way to help.

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