SYDNEY, NSW – August 20, 2014 – iQmetrix today released a case study for Mo’s Mobiles, which has been using iQmetrix’s award-winning RQ cell phone store POS system for the past two years and seen significant business gains. RQ is the market-leading retail management software used by independent mobile phone retailers across North America. iQmetrix opened a Sydney office earlier this year to serve the Australian mobile retail market.
iQmetrix was featured in a TV and radio profile on CBC Vancouver, with Chris Carter. Below are links to the coverage:
VANCOUVER, BC – July 11, 2014 – iQmetrix is pleased to announce a new Sprint Carrier Integration for its award-winning RQ cell phone store POS system. RQ is the market leading retail management software used by independent wireless retailers across North America.
iQmetrix's new RQ integration with Sprint introduces a number of features to help Sprint retailers increase efficiency and data accuracy at the point of sale.
The new RQ-Sprint integration launched Wednesday as part of RQ version 4.16. It introduces a variety of features including customer contact information, phone model and serial number, rate plan and feature information – all of which are entered simultaneously into RQ and Sprint activation systems.
“We are excited to bring a host of new integration enhancements to our Sprint clients,” says Eric Stachowski, President of iQmetrix USA. “In the highly competitive wireless retail industry, delivering a good customer experience is paramount and the improved RQ-Sprint integration is designed to help retailers do just that.”
The RQ-Sprint integration allows retailers to speed up transaction times, eliminate tedious “double” data entry, reduce data discrepancies and commission reporting errors, simplify customer identification within the system, and streamline the activation process based on Sprint rate plans, terms and devices.
“iQmetrix is committed to providing all our clients with the best possible software, service and support available, so they can in turn serve their customers better,” Stachowski adds. “We are continually adding new features and functionality to enhance the overall wireless shopping and purchasing experience.”
Huffington Post Canada (June 16): BlackBerry Still More Popular Than iPhone In This Canadian City
VANCOUVER, BC — June 9, 2014 — iQmetrix, the leading provider of retail management software for the North American wireless industry, today released statistics on the phones sold in North America (U.S. and Canada) in the past six months (December 2013-May 2014).