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What is a POS System and How it helps your Business

Presented By:
Muhammad Yasir Kamal
What is a POS system?

The point of sale or point of purchase is


the time and place where a retail
transaction is completed.

 Amount is calculated
 Invoice preparation
 Payment options (Cash , Cheque
and Card Plastic)

A POS system is made up of a hardware


and software working together. The end
result is an application that uses
transactions data to streamline day-to-
day operations of your business.
How can any business benefit from a POS system?

Retail Store Artist Restaurant

A POS system can make the checkout If you are an artist that sells your With a POS system, you can manage all
process a breeze. This is especiallytrue products at art fairs over thesummer, your orders and even track them. This
considering that most POS systemscan you can use a mobile POS system to will give your business unparalleled
be integrated with most common accept debit and creditcard. communication between front of the
devices including laptops, tablets, and house and back of thehouse.
even smartphones. Bio Matric tablet used by chip/ sim
vendors MC-Deals selection
Metro Cash and Carry tills
Front and End controls
Core Software Features

1. Payment Processing (Printed Invoices)


2. Inventory Management (Stock reorder
levels)
3. Customer Management (Service time)
4. Reporting (Day Sale, Expenses and Profit
Calculations)
5. Staff Management (Discuss Service
delays and Comparison with peers)
Payment Processing

This feature would include


processing credit, cash, and any
other form of payment your
business might want to accept.
Inventory Management

POS system will track the entering


and exiting of inventory for you.
• Price modifications
• New items addition (or
deletion)
• Expiry
Customer Management

Many POS systems now have


customer management integrated.

By customization you can:

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 Top ten
 Frequent visitors
 Discount offers
Reporting

By having your POS system give


you reports, you can identify areas
of success and areas where you
might need to improve.
Staff Management

POS system gives you tangible


numbers that you can use to
improve your worker’s performance.
Must-Have POS Hardware

1. Register Screen
2. EMV Compliant Credit Card Terminal
3. Cash Register
4. Printer
5. Barcode Scanner
Register Screen

Many POS systems allow you to


use a variety of register screens
ranging from the traditional desktop
PC display all the way to a tablet or
a smartphone
EMV Credit Card Terminal

You will also need an EMV


compliant credit card terminal with
your POS system
Cash Register

Another needed piece of hardware


is the cash register. Obviously, if
your business does not work with
cash, then this piece might not be
required. For most companies, this
is a requirement.
Printer

You will also likely need a receipt


printer as your customers will need
proof of their purchase. If you are in
the restaurant business, then a
kitchen printer would also be a
requirement.

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Barcode Scanner

The last piece of hardware that is


required is a barcode scanner.Again,
this is especially true for businesses
that sell retail and need a fast way to
ring up items.
Does the POS system offer customer support?

When you are researching POS


systems, customer support is one of
those areas that could make a
tremendous difference between a
system that meets your needs and one
that causes ongoing headaches.
Can it support multiple locations or registers if you decide
to grow your business?

It is incredibly important to know that


whichever system you are looking into
can grow and scale alongside your
business.
Does it offer mobile capabilities?

Many POS systems offer you the ability


to take your business on the road.
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