How Aptos ONE transformed transactions in retail

MACY BAYERN | September 30, 2019

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Sportswear retailer Under Armour reported ringing in more than 7,000 transactions in three days using groundbreaking point of sale (POS) and mobile selling solutions. With retail technology solution company Aptos, Under Armour sold a whopping 47,000 items after augmenting their existing POS capabilities with the Aptos ONE Store Commerce mobile selling application. At Under Armour's July 2019 Sample Sale in Baltimore, the retailer hosted a three-day pop-up style event, giving customers the opportunity to purchase exclusive and discounted Under Armour apparel, footwear, and accessories.

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