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10 Fastest Growing Retail Companies 2017

NCR Technologies Leverage Your Existing Assets and Are Custom Fitted For Any Retail Operation


One of the key questions for retailers in the current landscape is how they can make their offerings stand out in an increasingly crowded marketplace. NCR changes the way how people everywhere bank, shop, eat, and travel. How? Simple! It runs the everyday transactions that make people’s lives easier. The software, hardware, and services enable nearly 700 million transactions daily and the promise is that every interaction people have with NCR is an exceptional experience. The shared values make NCR different from other companies. It is leading how the world connects, interacts, and transacts with business because it stays accountable for what it says. No matter your size, where you operate or who you serve, NCR helps you build a cohesive retail ecosystem. NCR technologies leverage your existing assets and are custom fitted for any retail operation — whether you’re CIO of a multinational corporation, opening your first convenience store, or anywhere in between.

The Right Choice, NCR – The Origin

NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR) is the global leader in consumer transaction technologies, turning everyday interactions with businesses into exceptional experiences. With its software, hardware, and portfolio of services, NCR enables more than 550 million transactions daily across retail, financial, travel, hospitality, telecom and technology, and small business. NCR solutions run the everyday transactions that make your life easier. NCR is headquartered in Duluth, Georgia with over 30,000 employees and does business in 180 countries. NCR is a trademark of NCR Corporation in the United States and other countries. The company encourages investors to visit its web site which is updated regularly with financial and other important information about NCR.

Standing Out In the Crowd with Retail Services That Matter

Retail Asset Management Services: Gives you the control and insight you need to manage your IT assets over their lifetime and maximize ROI. NCR Retail Asset Management services inventories, tracks and assesses your retail technology within every store. Gain real-time insight into the technical details of your hardware and software along with the financial information associated with each device all from a centralized repository.

NCR Endpoint Security Service for Retail: NCR Endpoint Security Services for Retail enforces use policies to protect critical information and mitigate risks within your endpoint environment. Providing you with the control and confidence needed to address modern day attacks on your retail endpoints. NCR provides the foundational security you require to address modern day attacks on your retail endpoints. A trust-based security approach designed for retailers to secure their endpoints.

Software Distribution Services for Retail: An outdated software environment can put your security at risk. A strong software release management program can help to ensure that you are operating in the most secure environment. Having a standardized method for delivering and securing software across the enterprise on a routine basis is imperative to maintaining a secure endpoint environment. Software Distribution Services provides retailers a secure and standardized methodology for packaging, deploying, and the tracking of software changes to retail systems. The expertise you need to maintain the high level of service your customers expect. NCR Software distribution services for retail provides a secure methodology for packaging, deploying, and tracking software changes and updates to retail systems, process control and compliance, enterprise-wide release management integration, scheduled distribution of software and patch updates on endpoints and so on.

Introducing the Retail Partners

McAfee: McAfee and NCR’s partnership serves to secure your entire retail store environment from the POS to the back office.

VendorNet: VendorNet delivers cross-channel integration and supply chain management software solutions that seamlessly integrate multi-channel retailers with all fulfillment locations including warehouses, stores, and third-party suppliers.

Tales That Matter!

June 12- 2017: NCR leads in self-checkout and EPOS technology NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR) leads the world in self-checkout (SCO), according to research published by strategic research and consulting firm RBR. According to RBR, NCR has been the overall market leader since 2003 and maintains its dominant position within the SCO market with 73 percent global shipment share in 2016. According to RBR’s “Global EPOS and Self-Checkout 2017” report, NCR also saw an increase in its shipments of Electronic Point of Sale (EPOS) technology in 2016 and, for the third consecutive year, remained the number one supplier of EPOS in North America.  


“NCR is enabling retailers around the world to redefine the in-store shopping experience and expand their touchpoints with consumers, our channel transformation solutions help our customers create a fluid, Omni-channel consumer experience, increasing productivity and enhancing customer loyalty.”

- Dirk Izzo, vice president and general manager, Retail Solutions at NCR Corporation.

From the Founder’s Desk 

Bill Nuti, CEO: Before joining NCR in August 2005, Nuti served as president and CEO of Symbol Technologies where he strengthened the company’s product portfolio and positioned the company as a leading supplier in the emerging radio frequency identification (RFID) industry. Prior to that, he was chief operating officer of Symbol where he led a challenging turnaround. Nuti joined Symbol in 2002 following 10 years at Cisco Systems where he held positions of increasing responsibility, advancing to the dual role of senior vice president of the company’s Worldwide Service Provider Operations and U.S. Theater Operations. Prior to his Cisco experience, Nuti held sales and management positions at IBM, Netrix Corporation and Network Equipment Technologies.

“We provide solutions encompassing software, hardware, services and expert consultation to almost every kind of retail business.”