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Cloud- based POS

No business is immune to the inaccuracies that accompany manual inventory management. Even the smallest operation is prone to human error, and keeping accurate inventory counts is essential to a business' success. Robust POS inventory software can help businesses keep on top of their stock levels, and owners should choose their solution with care. How POS software helps with inventory POS systems that include inventory tracking features...

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Many restaurant owners don’t spend much time thinking about their POS system, but they should. The success of every restaurant depends on several factors. It must have a good location, delicious food, exceptional service and convenient hours—these things are a given—but business owners often miss the single biggest aspect that impacts all of the above: efficiency. Restaurants have multiple systems that need to run...

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A point of sale—or POS—is the system preferred by merchants and restaurants for processing customer payments and retrieving transaction data. They come in many forms, offering business owners a variety of options to suit your individual needs. Before choosing the POS hardware for your system, it’s a good idea to consider not only what your business needs are today, but also what they may look like...

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For entrepreneurs, the ka-ching of the cash register has long been the sound of music. But today the cash register of even the smallest business may be attached to a computer via "point-of-sale" (POS) systems. These systems have grown in popularity over conventional cash registers because they don't just ring up sales. They amass vital, real-time information about your inventory and customers. At the core of these systems...

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Do you remember when the only type of POS system a business had was a cash register? Things sure have come a long way since then, with POS systems being extremely sophisticated, utilizing wireless communications and iPhones, tablets, and other mobile devices. These systems do a lot more than tell customers how much money they owe. One thing that you need to keep in mind...

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As the name implies, a point of sale is where the customer pays the seller for the product or service provided. It can take many forms, a small cash register, a large computer system that collects and stores loads of data including prices and transactions records and something as simple and streamlined as a tablet or smartphone operating a dedicated POS app. ...

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