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Bransom and Pay4Later offer credit terms at point of sale

Bransom Retail Systems has partnered with Pay4Later to offer jewellery retailers an integrated point of sale finance solution.

Bransom, a supplier of computer systems to the jewellery trade, and Pay4Later, a consumer finance provider, are working together to allow retailers to integrate a financing option within their electronic point of sale (EPoS) system. The aim of this move is for jewellers to increase sales and improve the customer experience by pre-populating credit application forms and streamlining the service.

Bransom managing director Chris Garland said: “Credit applications can now be submitted directly from our touch screen tills. The customer details, purchase price and description of goods are automatically entered to speed up the process and ensure accuracy. The exclusive deal with Pay4Later is an excellent opportunity for Bransom clients to offer interest free or credit terms in one simple process and stay ahead of the competition.”

The system will be available following its official launch at The Jewellery Show at Spring Fair on February 6. Installation and set-up will be offered free of charge to those who sign-up at the launch.

Pay4Later CEO Scott Law added: “Chris and his team have done a great job integrating our breakthrough e-signature process. Retailers can now use their Bransom EPoS system to propose and manage finance sales.”

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