AXIS is Creating the Future of Retail

Introducing AXIS All-In-OneTM

Retailers need time to focus on marketing, inventory management, and customer relations. Not managing outdated hardware. Step into the future with the AXIS All-In-One™ POS terminal, brought to you exclusively by the Retail Technology Group. 

See AXIS All-In-OneTM In Action

Powered by Intel® Coffee Lake Core™ i5 processing, the AXIS All-In-One™ is designed to transform in-store and online operations. It is a lower cost, commercial-grade machine designed to quickly transact retail and range sales and encourage customer engagement. Its small footprint takes up less counter space, featuring a 15.6 inch touchscreen display, rotating display head, barcode scanner, credit card reader, full size cash drawer and receipt printer.

Fully integrated with AXIS POS Software, Gearfire eCommerce and Gearfire Payments merchant services, the AXIS All-In-One™ provides retail and range operators with a number of critical software functions:

✓ Pre-Loaded Product Catalogues
✓ Live Inventory Replenishment from Over Ten of the Industry’s Largest Distributors
✓ Online and In-Store Shooting Range Membership and Lane Management

✓ ATF-compliant 4473 and Electronic Bound Book
✓ Cloud-Based Multi-Store Reporting
✓ Customer Management, CRM and Accounting Integrations

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PayPoint® Plus Rotating Head

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Other Retail POS Hardware and Supplies

Not ready to commit to AXIS All-In-OneTM? As a full solution provider, RTG can furnish the hardware and supplies necessary to optimize the performance of the system, and ensure all system capabilities are available to be executed. Below is a list of Hardware and Supplies that we suggest to get the most out of your POS Software investment.


CPU


Housed within the terminal computer, the CPU – or central processing unit – provides the computing power required to run the AXIS application. RTG requires a i5 or equivalent processor to guarantee optimal performance. Additionally, every terminal should have a minimum of 8 GB Ram.

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Monitor


A large 1920 x 1080 dpi monitor should be used to easily navigate the system and clearly display results. The POS application may further benefit from touch screen capable monitors.

Receipt Printer


The fast and reliable Star TSP 143 produces transaction-specific receipts

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Handheld Scanner


Corded or cordless, scanners are used to recognize items for retail transactions, pull customer information from a driver license, or in the execution of purchasing/receiving processes.

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Cash Drawer


APG is one of the most recognized names in the industry, and works flawlessly with all RTG systems

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Label Printer


RTG supports the Zebra GK420 thermal printer. This dependable desktop printer delivers the various firearm and item labels available in the AXIS RMS.

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Server and Network

As the central repository for all the transactional, customer, and product information, the database server is the brains of the system. This machine should be securely housed in a dedicated area, free from contaminants and access by most employees. Without a quality server, everything else fails to operate.

The network infrastructure serves as the communication link between terminals and server. Without a healthy network, the system simply cannot perform. RTG systems require a true Gigabit Ethernet. This will require Cat 5e (or better) network cabling and switches/routers capable of 1 Gbps speeds.

Should a retailer be unsure of their current network capability or hardware compatibility,
RTG will be happily to provide a network and hardware health assessment.

Gun Store Retail POS Hardware
Rapid Fire Arms

We have been using AXIS since 2014. AXIS allowed us to focus more on our customers and less on all the ordering and inventory management that began to take up most of our day. It has been an instrumental part of our growth and we could not operate as efficiently without it.

Brian Coleman, Owner, Rapid Fire Arms

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