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CHICAGO — Gnome, which was introduced last week by Groupon, will allow merchants to easily process Groupon deals, and provides a POS system and credit card transaction service, according to a press release.
“Gnome is an amazing piece of technology that plugs our merchants into the Web and helps them form relationships with every customer that walks in their front door,” said Groupon CEO Eric Lefkofsky. It will serve as an operating system for merchants, he continued in the release, which will “enable them to create real-time promotions that bring customers into their business when they need them the most.”
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The tablet-based platform "will soon integrate with popular accounting software programs such as QuickBooks and Xero and offer a suite of customer relationship management tools,” stated the release.
Gnome, Lefkofsky said, is part of Groupon’s long-term mission to provide merchants a constant connection to the Groupon local commerce platform.
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The product is already in market, notes the release, and will be available to "tens of thousands of merchants in the coming months."
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