Point-of-Sale Systems 101

Business.com / Financial Solutions / Last Modified: February 22, 2017

POS systems have come a long way. Accept payments anytime, anywhere with our helpful guide.

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The point-of-sales is where a retail transaction is conducted, which used to mean a cash register was located, typically near a store exit. Today, it means any place where a sale is conducted and money is exchanged for a product/service and a receipt is given. 

In addition to an electronic cash register, this could occur via smartphone, tablet, touchscreen, barcode scanner, or dedicated mobile device or terminal. 

The Business.com Guide to POS Systems makes it easy to figure out which system is right for you. 

Download the guide and:

  • Learn the various features of POS systems. 
  • Get tips on choosing a vendor. 
  • Figure out how to calculate the costs.
  • Get access to a helpful comparison checklist. 
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