How Touch Screen POS Systems Can Enhance Your Business’ Productivity

Posted by Landy on 3/4/2014
Whether you own a small coffee shop or a large retail store, you’re probably always on the lookout for ways to streamline your business’ operations and increase the productivity of your employees. In today’s technological era, using a touch screen point of sale (POS) system is one of the best ways to accomplish these goals.

Safe Tech: Biometrics

Posted by Enrique on 3/1/2014
Theft prevention is one of the top concerns for every business. Keys can be copied and spinning combination locks defeated with rudimentary listening devices. As an entrepreneur, keeping your business records, laptop, and other devices safe, whether on site or at home, is of the utmost importance. Data breaches are in the news on a regular basis and you have to be able to assure your customers and clients that sensitive information is as safe as you can possibly make it.

POS Systems: The Ultimate Inventory Dream

Posted by Landy on 2/6/2014
Product inventory varies greatly between different industries, but controlling item movement within stores is a key goal for all businesses. Whether you sell thousands of tiny screws or hundreds of oversize couches, inventory control keeps costs down and a business viable for many years. A POS system puts daily inventory movement into perspective and keeps it accurately controlled.

Revitalize Your POS With Touchscreen Monitors

Posted by Landy on 2/5/2014
Convenience and ease of use are key when it comes to your POS interface. You need a tool that employees navigate quickly and efficiently to make client transactions as smooth as possible. Consider a sleek, state-of-the-art touchscreen monitor to revitalize your outdated POS and help your business run more smoothly.

Productivity's Best Friend

Posted by Landy on 2/5/2014
As a company owner or manager, you cannot be at the sales counter at all times. Observing customer and employee behavior, however, helps you understand productivity. Old-fashioned cash registers and outdated credit card machines slow the checkout process, deterring eager customers. Adding a POS system to the front counter gives you an accurate view of productivity and how it can be improved through transaction histories.

Why Biometric Time Clocks Can Save Your Company Money

Posted by Landy on 2/2/2014
Biometric time clocks are one of the latest developments in timekeeping technology. The clocks require employees to scan a fingerprint to clock in and out when they arrive at work and leave. By being highly efficiency and accurate, biometric time clocks save your company money in at least three ways.

The Barcode Lowdown

Posted by Landy on 1/31/2014
A barcode scanner, also called a barcode reader, price scanner or point of sale scanner can be either hand-held or stationary. It is used to scan, capture and read information contained in a bar code. A barcode scanner consists of a scanner or reader, a decoder, which can be either built in or external, and a cable that connects the reader with a computer.

Why Not Bundle?

Posted by Landy on 1/3/2014
There has never been a better time to get your own point of sale system going, with prices at an all time low, and you can purchase a point of sale bundle which will have all you need to get started, and get going!

Using Your iPad for Business Transactions

Posted by Landy on 12/10/2013
It is becoming more and more common for you to show up at a business and see an iPad being used for money transactions. It is becoming the new and improved way to efficiently conduct business!

But What More Could I Be Doing With A POS System?

Posted by Joe P. on 12/6/2013
If you’re a business owner of any size, and you don’t already have a POS system for your sales, you have most likely been considering making the move to a POS system. It’s definitely time to look at what a good POS system could do for you. There are numerous options available, and while not all may be the features you need, you can easily set your needs and find exactly what you want, from the POS systems currently on the market.

Ringing Up Sales Over the Years

Posted by Joe P. on 12/3/2013
In 1879, a Dayton Ohio saloon owner came up with a device to prevent his employees from taking his profits. Known as the ritty Model, it was named after its inventor, James Ritty. Mr. Ritty had it patented and later sold the design to Jacob H. Eckert, who eventually sold to John H. Patterson. Mr Patterson changed the name to National Cash Register Company, and improved the cash register by adding a paper roll which recorded sales transactions. It was the first method of providing a sales receipt ever. The receipt helped the business owner understand how his employees were handling his money, and additionally showed the day’s total sales.