Choose your retail POS System

Choose your retail POS System

If you plan on having a retail store, you will need a point-of-sale (POS) system to complete sales, track inventory, and manage other aspects of your small business.  But deciding on a Retail POS system can feel overwhelming. Some are easier to use than others. Some give you better reporting than others. To help you narrow your search, here are three types of Retail POS systems to consider for your store.

StorePoint POS Back Office
StorePoint POS Back Office

All-In-One POS System

Some POS systems give you robust functionality in one application. Not only can you accept payment from customers but you can also get detailed reporting about your business.

These types of Retail POS systems often run quickly, saving you time both when checking out a customer and when collating your data. Because these systems are so robust, they’re often tailor-made to your specific industry. For example, a restaurant all-in-one POS system will look and react differently than that of a clothing store all-in-one POS system.

The potential downside to these systems is that they can cost a good amount of money each month. If you’re just getting started, you might want to opt for another system that’s better suited for your budget.

Restaurant POS Order screen
Restaurant POS Order screen

Cloud-Based POS System

Cloud-based POS systems are basically mobile apps your business can use on any device. This is beneficial to many types of businesses, including restaurants wanting to offer table-side checkout or retailers wanting to offer mobile checkout locations throughout the store.

If you’re using non-traditional hardware, such as tablets or smartphones, to accept payment, you’ll want to get a cloud-based POS system.

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EMV Chip Readers

In late 2015, consumers started to have their credit cards switched to include the EMV chip. Store owners were supposed to do the same, yet many retailers have been slow to adopt EMV chip readers at their POS systems.

EMV chip readers don’t matter much for consumers, but they make a big difference for retailers. If there is a fraudulent charge, retailers have better protection when a chip reader is used rather than the traditional swipe-to-pay system. If you’re shopping for a new POS system, getting one with a chip reader is ideal. Soon, it’ll be the only option you have.

Which One is Right for You?

Narrowing the pool of choices to the type of POS system will help you decide which one is right for your needs. If you’re well established and have a healthy revenue stream coming in, an all-in-one might be the best option. If you’re just getting started, you’ll want to steer toward the cloud-based POS systems. And, if you want to stay compliant while minimizing your risk, you might want to limit your search to only include POS systems with EMV chip readers.


5 ways to ensure a more profitable future in retail

It’s clear that the retail landscape is in a state of a major transformation. Thanks to disruptive technologies and changing consumer behavior, traditional retailers are under increasing pressure to keep up with digital-first companies such as Amazon, Takealot, Superbalist, etc.

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A large SA retailer that employs approximately 40,000 people, is implementing a survival plan to ensure it does not close its door, having previously reported having struggled with making enough profit in the past. The retailer’s plan, which will help to up its game, is based on seeking funding and not using technology to up its profits.

The future could look bright for those retailers who are willing to embrace innovation and invest in long-term growth. But how do they need to adapt? And where should they be focusing their spend and resource?

Here are 5 ways retailers can safeguard their position in an omnichannel world.

1. Bring the shopping experience to life

There’s no doubt that the selection pressure on retail businesses is changing, and those that fail to adapt certainly face decline and even extinction. But whilst traditional retail businesses based on brick-and-mortar stores urgently need to update their business models for the Amazon age, they also need to start recognizing the unique advantages their physical locations offer – and then using technology to enhance them.

After all, unlike shopping online, the brick-and-mortar experience is one of true discovery, which can be done with friends, and also offers the possibility of in-person interactions with retail staff. The more retailers can play up these three elements, the more they can win back the hearts and minds of consumers, using the opportunity of in-store interaction to their unique advantage.

2. Break down departments to connect shopper behavior online and in-store

If retailers invest properly in infrastructure that breaks down internal departments, they will be able to offer consumers truly omnichannel shopping experience.

Until recently, there was no connection between what a shopper bought or looked at online and their behavior in-store. But knowing who the customer is, where they are, and their preferences is critical. To do this, retailers are using analytics, location, and context, and seeing rising sales as a result.

By aligning back-end operations with front-end customer service, and using technology at every step of the supply chain, the retail industry will start to get a single, multi-channel view of its omnichannel customers. This is exactly what it needs to offer the seamless, streamlined experience that consumers now demand.

3. Gather deeper insight into stock and inventory

Tied to the above point, part of developing insight into a customer’s in-store behavior includes collecting data around stock and inventory. At present, the structure of many retailers fails to live up to the needs of modern customers. Stock is typically received and allocated to different departments that serve the physical shop, e-commerce, pop-ups, and wholesale. But this kind of approach is no longer fit for purpose in an omnichannel world.

With growing customer demand to access any item through any channel at any time, retailers need to have a precise picture of their inventory 24/7.

To achieve this, and ultimately increase profit margins and retain customers, retailers must improve their POS systems and make better use of inventory tracking technology. Investing in technologies such as radio-frequency identification and electronic shelf labels will enable retailers to monitor stock levels in real-time, and ensure they know exactly what they have in at any given time. Not only will this avoid customer disappointment in out-of-stock items but it maximizes efficiencies, saving the retailer time and money in the long-run.

4. Empower employees with technology

If brick-and-mortar retailers are going to overcome the challenges they face, they must be willing to invest both money and time into offering the kind of experience customers have come to expect. Perhaps surprisingly, the focus for this investment starts with employees – more specifically, empowering employees through digital technology and connected workplaces.

After speaking to 900 managers and non-managers in global retailers, and conducting interviews with two industry experts for our report The Road to Digitalisation in Retailing, we found that retail workers using digital workplace technology were not only more productive (72%), but also better able to differentiate their customer offering against the competition (59%).

The benefits of digitization for employees is clear. But with more than a third of those surveyed saying retail has been slow to implement workplace technology compared to other industries, retailers must make this more of a priority. To thrive, they must focus on technology at the edge of the network – in the physical locations that staff and shoppers are most likely to interact, and then provide staff with the connected digital tools that allow them to deliver a more personalized service to every customer.

5. Think differently about success and ROI (long-term investments vs. short-term gains)

After years of focusing only on spending that brings immediate results, retailers are having to accept the need for long-term investments in both POS systems and people. Because unless they conduct a full overhaul of their legacy infrastructure and bridge the skills gap by outsourcing the right talent, they stand little chance of navigating digital transformation successfully.

Rather than mothballing any project that doesn’t deliver instant gains, the industry needs to find new ways of measuring success over longer periods of time. Once retailers get comfortable with this, they can start to focus on building smart digital workplaces – spaces that connect back-end employees with those on the shop floor and provide them all with the tools and flexibility to do their jobs properly.

For retailers, the present can sometimes seem bleak, but the future doesn’t need to be. If that is, technology is embraced and integrated in a way that empowers employees, serves customers and improves the bottom line, and retailers prepare to hold out for longer-term results.


Restaurant POS Benefits

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Here are a few things which can be taken care of by using a StorePoint POS Restaurant Management system:

  1. Table Restaurant Management.
  2. Creating Multiple Menus
  3. Order Customization with Modifiers
  4. Different Menus for special events with Special rates and taxes
  5. Add/ Split Bills
  6. Multiple payment Gateways
  7. Manage Dine-in Services
  8. Manage Delivery
  9. Take away Management
  10. Multiple Reports.
  11. On-line Food Ordering
  12. Automated Stock Alerts
  13. Cash Management
  14. Supplier Management

Advantage of Cloud-Based POS System

Technology moves on and new features are often launched. Today many POS Systems are cloud-based and this can be a real advantage as it offers many features and facilities to your store. Here we list some good reasons to have a cloud-based POS system and increase your productivity.

1. Flexibility

A cloud-based POS system can be accessed from any devices as long as it has a browser. From a phone or a tablet, from work or from your sofa, you will always have access to your data. Managing your business doesn’t mean that you have to be in your store anymore.

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2. Mobility

Besides managing your business from home, a cloud-based POS system also allows you to be mobile inside the store. As the system can be used from a portable device, it allows sellers to move around with the equipment. This can be very practical as vendors can have the product’s information quickly available. Moreover, this feature is extremely used in restaurants as it allows waitresses to automatically send orders to the kitchen printer, and take payments at the customer’s tables. Having an mPOS system, therefore, improves customer service.

3. Real Time Processing

As soon as an item is sold, the cloud based POS system instantly saves the information. Sales reports, stocks and customer information are always updated.

4. Secure Backup

With a cloud based POS system, data is always saved online, which makes the system safer. Additionally, as everything is automatic, you don’t need to worry about where and how often your data needs to be backed up. 

5. No High Up-Front Costs

Most of the times a cloud-based POS system can be installed on your existing device, which will save you from buying an expensive hard drive, such as a computer. Regarding the software, it can come for free to up to R 10,000. The cost of the program varies depending on the number of cash registers, the number of items in the store and the number of vendors.
Additionally, you will generally need to pay a low monthly fee. This will typically be between R400 and R900, and the fee can be fixed or based on credit card processing charges.

6. Personalized POS System

A cloud based POS system has many different options and you can decide which ones you need for your store and which ones you don’t. Marketing, accounting and loyalty programs can be totally adapted to your needs. You might need a management option to help you successfully control your employees. Also, it could maybe profit your store to have a powerful loyalty program that could advertise your business.

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7. Have the Latest Trend

In today’s world technology is moving very fast, and you don’t want to have your new equipment obsolete a few weeks of possession. A cloud based POS system can usually be updated easily and for free. New versions secure you will always have the latest trend and the best available tools.

8. Keep track of your Performance

A cloud based POS system can easily be upgraded, and it can track your growth and business needs. Additional product lines, features or stores can be added to the software. Nevertheless, even if it is rare for this equipment, don’t forget to check if your provider charges a cancellation fee to avoid being locked in a specific contract.

Even if a cloud-based POS system seems perfect, there are a few points to check before opting for this option. Check how you can transfer your data from your existing POS system, and if the provider will help you in this process. Also, you need to be sure you have a powerful internet connection or software that can run without it, and synchronize when you are back online. You don’t want to be in a situation where you can’t receive any payments.

On-Line Integration

Cloud-based point of sale systems offers easy integration to accounting packages like Sage One and QuickBooks. Integration also means quick access to restaurant food online ordering like StarvinMarvin Food On-line ordering system

Are you tempted with the advantages and importance of having a cloud-based POS system at your store? Before making a choice, you need to know which features your business needs.

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Point of Sale inventory procedure

Receiving and Dispatching Stock

Receiving goods from suppliers is a fundamental part of retailing. Due to the potential financial losses that can result, it is critical that staff follow the related procedures to ensure that this is done effectively. While different procedures apply to different merchandise, the following are typical receiving and dispatch procedures.

Receiving Goods

Goods are for your store
Goods have been ordered
Goods received agree with the order and invoice quantity, description, and quality.
Goods are not signed for before they are thoroughly checked. If an invoice is not received with goods, there must be provided to process it in the correct manner when it is received.
Goods are correctly labeled and immediately placed on the selling floor or store. This is to prevent damage and shrinkage.
Pre-sold goods allocated for the earliest possible delivery.
Damaged or incorrect goods are rejected and arrangements made for immediate repair or replacement – delivery slip marked accordingly.
Stock held in reserve promptly labeled after inspection and carefully stored. Reserves are organized so that the oldest item will be drawn first for the selling floor or for delivery.
Daily Goods Received record kept and processed with all relevant invoices and/or delivery docketsReceiving area kept clear at all times and rigid security adhered to

Dispatching Goods

Dispatch person alert to false or incorrect paperwork.
Ensure customers are notified of impending delivery – address checked and any money collected carefully documented so the driver cannot overlook it.
Double check goods to be delivered are correct in quantity, description, and quality. Damaged goods not dispatched unless an agreement from the customer. Regularly check loaded vehicles to ensure packing is satisfactory and only the items to be delivered are in the vehicle.
Ensure you are satisfied with the appearance of the vehicle and the driver – they create a lasting impression.
Maintain daily goods delivered records – ensure drivers sign for goods in good order and condition and customer signs at the end for the delivery.
All paperwork processed promptly

It is the manager’s responsibility to ensure that everyone adheres to the receiving and dispatching procedures. The process involved in receiving goods will vary from store to store. The responsibilities of the manager and staff when receiving goods will also vary.

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Staff Flow Chart for Receiving Goods

StorePoint Retail POS is equipped to handle stock receiving, branch transfers, warehouse management and invoicing to customers. Using the functionality, it prevents shrinkage and loss of stock. With track and tracing, from your point of sale, you will always know where your inventory is. You will also know when any amount is due.


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OnPoint Retail Point Of Sale

The Benefits

Software functionality benefits of Onpoint Retail POS

Barcode Scanning – Commission Management- Customer Account Profiles – Discount Managemente – CommerceElectronic Signature – Gift Card Management – Inventory Management – Layaway Management – Loyalty Program Support – Multi-Location – Ordering Automation – Pricing Management – Restaurant POS – Retail Management – Retail POS Returns Management – Returns Tracking – Sales Tracking – Touch Screen – Color and size matrix – electronic invoicing – Invemtory management – Management Reports –

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Hardware benefits of OnPoint Retail POS

No expensive hardware – Compatible with all top brands of hardware – Use standard bar code scanners – use standard label printers – label design makes it possible to use different sizes of thermal labels – works well with all top brands of customer displays – Touch Screen friendly design – Can be used on retail tablets – Tablet POS friendly – Hardware required use affordable thermal rolls and thermal labels.


OnPoint Retail integrates with Snapscan

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onPoint Retail point of sale has now partnered with Snapscan, one of South Africa’s leading POS payment solutions. A SnapCode is a QR code (a square barcode) that is linked to a merchantSnapScan account. Customers use the SnapScan application to scan the code and then enter payment details (amount and PIN) to facilitate a payment to the merchant.

OnPoint Retail will make your retail experience less painful and will streamline point of sale transactions with technology, making transactions easy and quick. Switch to Onpoint Retail POS Software today and enhance your customer experience.


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DuraScan® D750 Barcode Scanner

2019-04-11 16:10 Maria Bowe

The DuraScan D750 is a pro-level barcode scanner. It scans both 1 and 2 dimensional bar codes while displaying exceptional scanning abilities: scanning several barcodes at once, providing data editing capabilities, scanning fine pitch barcodes and imperfect barcodes, while providing omni-directional scanning. Made with a highly durable, IP54-rated outer casing, including antimicrobial material, the D750 was built for industrial needs and conditions.

The LED-based aimer works clearly in both indoor and outdoor settings while the motion tolerance provides faster scans, as well as extendedscanning range. Befitting the needs of customer-facing applications, the D750’s abilities make it an excellent scanning companion in most any situation.

Specification

Wireless Communications: 

Bluetooth Radio:

  • Class 1 Bluetooth, version 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rates) with 56-bit data encryption

Bluetooth Range:

  • Up to 100 m (330 ft.) depending on environment, range limit is usually due to the Host Device (phone, tablet or notebook)

Bluetooth Profiles: 

  • Basic Mode – Human Interface Device (HID)* 
    *By default, the scanner is set to Basic Mode (HID).
  • Application Mode – Serial Port Profile (SPP) and Application Mode – MFi-SPP. Some Operating Systems or smartphone/tablet models may support only one profile.
 DuraScan D750 barcode scanner

Supported Barcode Symbologies: 

1D Symbologies: EAN/UPC, GS1 Databar (limited expanded & omni-directional), Code 39, Code 128, UCC/EAN 128, ISBN,ISBT, Interleaved/Matrix/Industrial and Standard 2 of 5, Codabar, Code 93/93i, Code 11, MSI, Plessey,Telepen, postal codes (Australian Post, BPO, Canada Post, Dutch Post, Japan Post, PostNet, Sweden Post)

2D Symbologies: Data Matrix, PDF417, Micro PDF 417, Codablock, Maxicode, QR, Aztec, HAN XIN


5 Benefits of Tablet POS

April 10, 2019 18:22 pm by Maria Bowes

Tablet POS for food truck and takeaway
Tablet POS for food truck and takeaway

Reduced upfront and long-term costs

Compared to a traditionally integrated point-of-sale, which can cost tens of thousands in upfront fees for equipment and setup, a tablet POS system relies on standard computing equipment, such as an iPad or Android tablet or Windows tablet. In addition to the cost of the equipment, traditional POS systems typically charge a software license per register and then a yearly maintenance fee on top of that. In some cases, you have to pay for upgrades on top of it. That doesn’t include support or training, which can be as much as R 3000 per day. The problem with this model is that if you’re unhappy with your purchase after a few months, you’re out the full cost upfront. The new tablet systems operate on a SaaS (software-as-a-service) model, which means that you often pay nothing up front and then pay a small fee each month for the use of the software. It is common to pay as little as R 800 per month to get started. Also, if you don’t like what you signed up for, you can usually cancel at any time. So it put pressure on the POS software vendor to up their service.

Ability to manage your business on the go

If you don’t want to sit in your office every evening scrubbing the daily sales records, you won’t have to. With many tablet POS solutions, you can see sales, inventory, and customer analytics in real time from any mobile device. Such tools provide greater flexibility and transparency, helping you to streamline your business so that you can feel confident that everything is under control when you step away from your store. Imagine knowing who your best customers are even when you are not present. In addition you can do stock takes with a tablet and input the data life. No need for expensive scanners to input data. With managements apps one could know what is happening in the store without being there.

Free Instant upgrades, back up and support

Since the software of tablet POS providers is based in the cloud, new features, as well as security upgrades, are pushed through to your system instantly. There is no need to hire a consultant or have anyone come to your store since these upgrades are done remotely without any downtime to your business. This can be a huge productivity and cost advantage over traditional systems, which often require onsite expertise and significant business downtime. Support is also given on the spot as there is no need to dial in with remote control software. All support and changes to the point of sale happen in the cloud.

Load shedding

With the current electricity grid in South Africa constantly under pressure Tablet POS handles load shedding with a breeze. Not only do you stay open for sales, but your StorePoint Tablet POS offers offline redundancy should you have no power and your router is off. So your downtime is limited to the minimum. In addition to this, you save cost as a tablet does not need an uninterrupted power supply (UPS). So it means another saving. Normally when electricity is restored after load shedding there is a chance that a power spike might damage your equipment. One thing we have definitely experienced lately at our support desk. With Tablet POS no damage and always open for business, while your competition is closed or must invest in expensive low noise generators or inverters.

Seamless Integration with Helpful Tools

While legacy systems don’t tend to play well with others, tablet platforms easily integrate with many third-party tools. Many of the new tablet POS systems offer seamless integration with marketing tools such as loyalty programs, email campaigns, and rewards, as well as critical business tools like accounting software like SageOne, Xero Accounting, QuickBooks and payment processing like ZipZap. This allows you to manage your entire business all from your POS. New tools are being created for tablet POS systems every day, which means that your job will get easier and easier over time. All of these advantages add up to an attractive business proposition. Lower costs, higher productivity, and reduced risk are all significant contributors to your business’s bottom line. As always, we are available at Retail and Restaurant Business Systems to answer any questions you may have about upgrading to a new tablet POS system. Gives us a call or Whatsapp us on +27764293989


The truth of Point of sale pricing

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April 10, 2019 4:22 pm by Maria Bowes

So, you decided you want to open a new shop or restaurant and one of the things you would need is a point of sale system. You search on the internet and find a company that has an advertisement for a point of sale system. Depending if you look at retail or restaurant pos this becomes more confusing. You read an advertisement that says “Full POS SOLUTIONS FOR RETAIL STORES R 7,999. You look at the other quotes and immediately feel why are these other quotes so much more?

We all know the cost of a new point of sale hardware and software. Years go into the development of a proper retail pos system and even more for a proper restaurant point of sale. Hardware is imported and with the current rand-dollar exchange rate does not help the pricing as everything is imported. The average store or restaurant owner or decision maker when it comes to deciding on a new point of sale system does not have the experience to make a selection of point of sale. There is a lot to consider:

  • What is the spec of the hardware? Windows 10 does not perform well on a Core2Duo computer.
  • Which operating system does the hardware use? How long would Microsoft still support my operating system? Windows 7 has 8 months to go. So no more security updates from Microsoft and in time software like anti-virus software might not be able to run on your pos hardware.
  • Would my data be safe and my point of sale system run smoothly on the operating system?
  • Would the operating system prevent me from using updates on my point of sale system?
  • Then even a bigger question. What type of point of sale software can be included in a price of R 8000-00 including the POS software? Does it really so the job in terms of stability and reporting. Not to mention the functionality?
  • During our years in the point of sale industry, we can remember how things used to work. So in some legacy point of sale pos system, the current and history databases still exist today. You need to do an end of day to get the full report. Should you forget to do an end of day, the pos system keeps the data under current history.
  • Which type of database do you get with a new point of sale at R 8000-00? Most likely a pos system that still uses Microsoft Access or the Firebird Database. In some instances, your point of sale could also be of an age where it does not query your SQL database that quickly anymore.
  • Older databases tend to offer less protection to data loss and the recovery of data.
  • As databases get older, it gets more difficult to add functionality to the point of sale, and limitations to speed, access, and offline redundancy become an issue. Older point of sale systems tends to have a lot of data corruption when attempting to create offline redundancy.
  • Every business needs to manage its inventory and most POS systems will help by tracking stock levels with each sale. Always have up-to-the-minute, accurate inventory data to keep up with your customer’s demands. In South Africa, it happens so often that a retail system is offered in a hospitality environment. Just because it has an interface that resembles a true hospitality system, does not mean it does the function of a restaurant pos system. Does it look at your food cost? Here I don’t mean your end product’s total costing, Food cost is simply the total cost of your food net of existing inventory. Usually, beverage costs are counted separately but occasionally these are combined. When expressed in a percentage, the food cost is simply one’s net food purchases divided by the restaurant’s net sales. Retail systems do not have this.
  • Does your POS system offer mobility and offline redundancy? Tablets need to be able to run offline and must use the latest technology. Remote desktop to connect the two does not work. You will end up with a slow pos system or data loss. Resulting in downtime and less opportunity to sell.
  • Does your so-called point of sale for your restaurant have a reservation system in place? You will find your retail system does not have this.
  • Is your POS system PCI compliant?
  • The fact is that most transactions are paid with debit or credit cards today. In order to accommodate your customers and keep them safe, your POS system should support the PCI DSS standards.
  • Returns and exchanges are something every business has to deal with. Your POS software can help make this a painless process for you and your customers.
  • Track employee attendance and sales easily by them simply logging-on to a terminal. All this information can be reported on or exported to accounting software for payroll processing.
  • Retail POS systems are mostly centered on the actual sales transaction and all the tracking of this information. Many of the common software features like inventory tracking, sales reporting, returns processing, and customer loyalty/couponing functions are essential in a retail environment. While all businesses will need reporting features, retail applications will especially want to have a very granular level of control to see sales data at the individual product and category levels. Retail POS requirements are the most wide-ranging but most software.

From a hardware perspective, retail applications will definitely need a barcode scanner to easily input product data for quick check-outs. Since most input is based around the scanner, things like touchscreens and all-in-one terminals are definitely useable in a retail environment but are not as essential. Since you will probably be doing a fair number of transactions per day, having a reliable thermal receipt printer like the Epson TM-T88V will also be a big concern. A robust scanner and printer will ensure your lines move quickly and make the customer experience a positive one.

  • Restaurant/Hospitality
    The biggest difference between a standard retail POS and those used in restaurant or hospitality environments is how the sales transaction is handled. In retail, everything is inputted for the sale and paid for immediately. In restaurant/hospitality, an order is placed for food or service which is only paid for after it is completed. A suitable POS system will have to be able to suspend these orders until payment is received. Likewise, options to customize orders, schedule reservations, and manage seating/rooms are all musts. The interface of the POS software is also going to be quite different. In retail, your main input type with being with a barcode scanner while in restaurant/hospitality you’ll most likely be using a touchscreen. Having a software interface that is touchscreen friendly, like StorePoint POS, will be very important for many businesses to allow easy order entry.

On the hardware side of things, the biggest difference to retail POS is the importance of the barcode scanner. While it may be needed occasionally, most input in a restaurant/hospitality environment is manually done through the POS software. This is where a touchscreen can really help make this process easier. Since space is also often limited in these applications, all-in-one terminals are very commonly used since they limit the mess of cables and have integrated touchscreens. Receipt printers are important in every POS but when you are dealing with sending orders to a kitchen or other high heat environments, an impact printer like the Epson TM-U220D kitchen printer, will be preferred over a thermal printer which is fine for customer receipts. Additional is the printer redirection, which a retail system does not do.

Conclusion:

Having a POS system that meets all the specific needs of your business will make it an essential management tool and allow you to stay focused on meeting the needs of your customers and your management. Whether you’re a retailer or a new restaurant, determining how you’ll use the POS system will guide in your software and hardware selections. If you are still having difficulty or have additional questions, give our POS experts a call. We’re happy to help you out, even if you don’t buy from us. We are there to support the retail, restaurant and hospitality industry.


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