Point of Sale POS
Our POS system is easy to use, economic, and also allows you to look good in front of your customers. Quickly search for items using a barcode scanner or simply type in a description. Track customers, deposits, layaways, and special orders. Our POS system is:
- Easy to use
- Fast item lookup
- Touch and keyboard navigation
- Accurate Refunds
- Special orders
- Gift cards
- Integrated credit card processing
- Quick work order checkout
- Customer sales tracking
- Deposits and credits stored within customer accounts.
- Automatic discounts and tax applied for different customers and customer groups
What distinguishes the POS System?
- Your "sudden shrink" no longer goes undetected. POS systems such as Retail Management System are designed to immediately record any and all sales. Not only does that mean timely and accurate sales tracking, but also a readily identification of inventory levels, particularly when what you have on the books does not jibe with actual stock.
- Markdown management becomes much easier. A common land mine for many small to medium-sized businesses is price reduction—knowing which items have been marked down and recording those discounts accordingly. Rather than wrestling with cash-register receipts at day's end, a POS automates the process of introducing markdowns and, in turn, tracking them accurately.
- Promotions can be tracked more successfully. A similar dynamic holds true with promotions. Whether through coupons, special discounts or other vehicles, promotions can be central to attracting and retaining business. Trouble is, managing and reconciling short-term specials—not to mention pinpointing their impact—can be nigh impossible without the automation and immediacy of a point-of-sale system.
- You can maintain control in absentia. You may be surprised to discover that you actually run two businesses: one when you're there and its evil twin when you don't happen to be around. Many operations suffer in employee efficiency and customer service when the boss is away. Automating a host of functions via a POS can help boost those areas, no matter where the head honcho happens to be.
- Your prices are consistent from one location to the next. Nothing can prove more embarrassing than having a customer question why one item has one price at one store, yet a different price at another. If your business operates at more than one location, a point-of-sale system ensures pricing consistency. Even better, a POS system automates overall inventory control, helping to keep stocks in proper balance depending on demand and other factors, which can vary from one location to the next.
- You get many tools in a single package. Buying business equipment piecemeal can be pricey. If you find your checkbook wearing thin from the expense of software and other gear, a comprehensive point-of-sale system may include them in a single package
- You can make better use of your personnel. Little is more maddening to a business owner than watching his or her staff bogged down with inefficient, unproductive responsibilities, from double-checking inventory disparities to seemingly endless cash-register reconciliation. Perhaps the greatest advantage to a comprehensive point-of-sale network is the freedom it can afford your personnel to devote their energy to what genuinely matters the most: helping customers.