Dec. 14, 2012
-- Paderborn, 14th December 2012
- Wincor Nixdorf is one of the five biggest European software vendors and service providers. That's the result of the latest Truffle 100 survey by Truffle Capital, which examined the top 100 European software vendors.
Especially in the global retail segment Wincor Nixdorf ranks amongst the Top 3 of the leading software vendors. According to a report by Forrester Research, Inc., (The Forrester Wave™: Point of Service, Q2 2012), Wincor Nixdorf’s TP Application Suite was cited as a leader, and received the highest scores among all vendors in the “Current Offering” category.
The Forrester report covered the ten vendors with the highest global revenues from retail software solutions. It looked at the current offering, considering aspects such as advanced functionality, security, for transaction types and back-office functions, as well as product strategy and vision, services and corporate strategy and market presence with regard to the installed base, implementation scale and deployment flexibility. With the extensive scope of its TP Application Suite, Wincor Nixdorf “offers noteworthy experience and capability in international deployment, as well as innovative back-office capabilities for cash management that exploit synergies with its banking solutions".
Thomas Fell, responsible for worldwide IT business with retail companies at Wincor Nixdorf, sees the current study as confirmation of the solution portfolio: “Whether it's e-commerce, m-commerce or brick-and-mortar retailing, the interfaces between retailers and customers are growing in diversity and mean that retail companies need to present themselves recognizably and consistently in all sales channels. With our TP Application Suite’s seamless retailing approach we support our customers with an omnichannel portfolio.”About Wincor Nixdorf
Wincor Nixdorf is one of the world’s leading providers of IT solutions and services to retailers and retail banking. The company’s extensive portfolio is centered around optimizing business processes. It is aimed mainly at cutting costs and complexity and improving service to the end customer. Wincor Nixdorf leverages know-how from its core business with banks and retailers to diversify into related sectors. These include postal and lottery companies and hospitality and service station chain operators.
Wincor Nixdorf has a presence in over 110 countries, with its own subsidiary companies in 42 of these. More than 9,000 employees work at the Group.
The company is the leader in Europe and the number 2 in the world for programmable electronic POS systems (EPOS) and the number 2 in Europe and worldwide for automated teller machines. Production facilities are at Paderborn and Ilmenau, Germany, and in Singapore, Shanghai, China, and Sao Paolo, Brazil.