Integrated point of sale system, eMobilePOS, created by Puerto Rican company e-Nabler Corp., will be used in Super Bowl LIII, the company announced.
eMobilePOS will be used in the
stores located at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia during the
Super Bowl game in which merchandise from the New England Patriots and the Los
Angeles Rams of the NFL will be sold.
They will have POS stations on
iPads, equipped with eMobilePOS technology, the company added.
“The fast and integrated
service is crucial during sporting events. Fans want to quickly buy their
favorite team jerseys and other souvenirs and return to their seats,” said Joel
Vázquez, president of e-Nabler.
“In addition, fans can buy
items with funds attached to their ticket offices. It is a concept used in
events in the United States where you add money to the box office and use it as
a method of payment, to buy other things at the event,” he said.
“This was one of the reasons
why the event management selected eMobilePOS as a mobile point of sale, due to
our knowledge in that area,” Vázquez said.
e-Nabler’s payment technology
has also been used in other sporting events in the U.S. mainland, such as the
NBA All-Star Game, the Winter Classic of the National Hockey League and in NASCAR
sports cars races.
eMobilePOS is a complete point of sale solution
for systems integrated with tablets and mobile devices to process payments and
inventory controls of multiple locations, while serving a multitude of sales
scenarios in stores, restaurants, hotels and others.