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Symag has signed an exclusive partnership agreement with PCMS for its payment collection solution BeanStore in France.

This VAR (Value Added Reseller), commercial and technological agreement with PCMS - international publisher and integrator of payment collection software for mass retailing - gives Symag  the capacity to develop, distribute and maintain the BeanStore solution in France, in close collaboration with PCMS's R&D teams.

Dedicated to all retail sectors - Food, Specialist Stores, Clothing, Catering - the BeanStore solution is a complete application installed in 46 countries on more than 180,000 payment collection systems. Centralized, accessible to hybrid mobile or fixed devices, and offering the collection point total autonomy, the BeanStore solution is technologically open-ended to transformations in connected retailing.

Sold under the name C-Link BeanStore, this payment collection solution naturally completes Symag's sales and loyalty promotion solution, thereby offering volume retailers, specialized retail chains and e-commerce a unique software suite.

PCMS is a global vendor of software and services for retail. Based in Coventry, PCMS operates in the United States and has built up a network of expert partners in retail in Europe, Africa, Australia, South America and Asia. The company employs more than 500 people worldwide. PCMS is a pioneer in the development of mobile solutions including mobile shopper apps and mobile points of sale (MPOS).

This partnership confirms Symag's leading position in its business segments. We are innovative providers of front-office solutions in France, and we demonstrate it by offering the most modern and efficient centralized MPOS solution on the market. We transform our methods of operation to constantly make room for more open and more international models, relying on partners and integrators. This agreement will enable our customers, users of the Visual Leader POS (VLP) solution, to migrate to the C-Link BeanStore solution when they so choose.

Christophe Faurère, Managing Director of Symag