02 August 2007

Fitting Out

My niece runs a shop owned by a large retail chain and they change their point of sale systems around once a year - the latest version is incredibly sophisticated. The reason they invest this way is that effective point of sale systems save a retailer time and money and keeps track of stock situations, even prompting reorders automatically. A pos system can cut down on paperwork and staff and account for all stock so that employees cannot steal without being exposed. How do small businesses afford these types of systems? The good news is that when a big firm updates its systems the used pos equipment comes on to the market. There is nothing wrong with it, and the savings to be made are massive. You can set your shop up with
ibm pos equipment for as little as half the cost of the newest range, and you can then get all the benefits outlined for your enterprise.



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