- What is the difference between a POS system and a cash register?
The cash register is part of a POS system. A cash register simply captures the transaction: the purchase prices minus any discounts, the POS system is the one that integrates other functionalities such as inventory management, customer management, report generation, loyalty programs, among others. A POS system is the combination of POS hardware and POS software.
- What is the difference between a POS system and POS software?
POS software is part of a POS system. POS software is the platform used to complete sales transactions, as well as help manage other business integrations. A POS system is the combination of POS hardware and POS software.
- Why are POS systems important?
The point of sale (POS) physically manages the cash flow of your business. Without flow, there is no business. A POS must be accurate, reliable and allow you not only to store money but also to manage your business efficiently and SAFELY. In a proper POS, transactions cannot be tampered with or erased. Without adequate control, opportunities for dishonesty appear (more than 50% of the "wastes" of a business come from the employees).
- Why the NCR is the best choice?
Shaping the future for 135 years, NCR is the #1 global POS software provider for retail. NCR create software, hardware and services that run the enterprise from back office to the front end and everything in between. NCR may have invented the electronic cash register, the magnetic credit card strip and self-check-out machines, but they haven’t stopped there.