Cybertill has developed the first lottery EPoS module that links with a charity’s existing lottery and its provider and automates the whole process of selling tickets in-store.
Cybertill is the UK’s leading charity retail system, providing unrivalled systems for Gift Aid, donated stock, bought-in goods, replenishment, loyalty, ecommerce, eBay and more.
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Cybertill is the UK’s leading charity retail system and is installed in around one in three of all charity shops in the UK. Cybertill provides unrivalled systems for Gift Aid, donated stock, bought-in goods, replenishment, loyalty, ecommerce, eBay and more. The Cybertill system is continually evolving, for example Cybertill has recently developed a unique single bar code that captures product details and price as well as the donor’s ID. This is known as Advanced Gift Aid and means no Gift Aid sale is ever missed as well as giving 100% accuracy at point of sale.
Cybertill offers on-going free software updates so charities need only invest once in their gift aid and EPoS system. From Highland Hospice in the North of Scotland, across to Oxfam Ireland, down to Earl Mountbatten Hospice on the Isle of Wight, Cybertill has charity customers all over the UK. And they range from nationals like British Red Cross and Cancer Research UK to single-store charity retailers.
Charity Digital News recently caught up with the head of retail at British Red Cross, Paul Thompson, to discuss how its multiple stores across the UK are engaging with Cybertill.
Charity Digital News was invited to Cybertill’s second charity conference from 21st- 22nd October in Leicester, which provided a great platform to address the latest hot topics in charity retail from Gift Aid legislation to ecommerce.
Lakelands Hospice, in Northamptonshire, has become Cybertill’s 100th charity retail customer, as it has chosen to install Cybertill to manage its two charity shops.
Cybertill, a leading UK charity retail system, has been nominated for best SaaS solution of the year at The IT Europa European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2014.
In August, over 30 charities, representing over 1,500 charity shops converged on Birmingham, to attend a conference, organised by Cybertill, that discussed the changing requirements of the gift aid scheme.