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Vexilor Cloud-based POS Platform helps launch LabOrganic Juice bar in Covent Garden, London

LONDON, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Using Vexilor as their POS platform, LabOrganic opens its first London location. Featuring a new and innovative way of mixing together inspiration and science to help customers achieve a healthier lifestyle, LabOrganic offers its customers high-quality, organic, cold-pressed juices, smoothies, raw nutritious food, healthy snacks and much more.

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Ideally suited to businesses positioned for growth, Vexilor has the unique capability of being able to scale which made it perfect for LabOrganic.

Developed from the ground up, with the intimate help of users, Vexilor is a cloud-based POS platform and operates on thin client-facing tablets. Vexilor is embedded with the industry-leading marketing suite of products from Givex, including omni-channel gift card and loyalty programmes used in 165,000 installations around the globe.

Vexilor is easy to use for both staff and managers, and gives LabOrganic access to hundreds of enterprise-wide reports that are created in real-time. Scheduling staff, changing a menu item, and looking up store inventory are all easy with Vexilor, even when not on-site, whether you have one store or one hundred.   

"Choosing Vexilor was easy for us; we wanted more than just simply a POS, we needed an entire platform that could grow with us. Health-conscious consumers are very selective about the products and businesses they support. Not only does Vexilor give me deep insights into my customers but also the gift card and loyalty solutions to better engage them," says George Konyashchenkov, Owner of LabOrganic. He continues, "The Vexilor installation was a straight forward process. The hardware looks great in our location and completely in line with our modern shop design. The team at Givex was there for support every step of the way. All Laborganic's staff members find Vexilor intuitive and easy to use."

 "The Vexilor platform model works perfectly for businesses like LabOrganic looking to grow, says Jurgen Ketel, Managing Director EMEA at Givex. We're proud to have a partner in LabOrganic using Vexilor, and we're looking forward to implementing the built-in loyalty and gift card programmes Vexilor can offer LabOrganic."

About LabOrganic

Using a unique hydraulic cold-press juice extraction process, which is the only method that ensures natural conservation of all nutrients, vitamins, minerals and good enzymes, LabOrganic creates premium organic juices and smoothies as well as raw healthy food options, snacks and deserts.  All LabOrganic drinks are manufactured fresh everyday, are never pasteurised, and are never made from concentrate. Never using artificial additives or preservatives, LabOrganic produces all of its products in a way that is both beneficial for body and mind but is also sustainable for the environment.

About Givex

Givex is a technology company offering clients a global reach with cost-effective gift card, omni-channel loyalty, analytics, stored value ticketing, and cloud-based POS solutions. Our core distinction is taking on the tough task of managing all aspects of the transaction to ensure companies can deliver maximum customer satisfaction. Givex products and services give you insight into your data to enable you to better drive sales growth, customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning.

For more information or media inquiries, please contact

Bryan Wang
Director of Marketing
Givex
Phone: 416.350.9660 x 309
Toll free: 1.877.478.7733
Fax: 416.350.9661
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.givex.com

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