Magazine Article | April 22, 2013

PCI Concerns Drive Rooms To Go To Deploy New Payment Terminals

Source: Innovative Retail Technologies

May 2013 Integrated Solutions For Retailers

By Bob Johns, associate editor

The independent furniture retailer replaced its payment terminals chain-wide to capitalize on the latest encryption and tokenization technology.

Rooms To Go, the nation’s leading independent furniture retailer, replaced its payment terminals chain-wide to capitalize on the latest in encryption and tokenization technology. While always being cognizant of protecting its customers, the company also has an eye to the improved flexibility for expanding payment options and customer experience in the near and longer terms.

The Seffner, FL based retailer operates 200 stores in the Continental USA and 19 stores in Puerto Rico. Formats include full-line furniture showrooms, Kids & Teens furniture showrooms, Express stores, and Rooms To Go Outlet Centers. The company has recently redesigned its robust e-commerce site. In addition to being the largest independent furniture retailer in the United States, Rooms To Go has the nation’s largest furniture inventory. The retailer’s unique showroom concept showcases furniture in complete room settings, coordinated with colors, fabrics, and accessories. The entire concept is focused on providing outstanding customer service and ease of purchase.