What is a POS System

POS System and What It Is

What is a POS System? These days, most, if not all retailers and restaurant operators use a computerized POS system to run their business, harnessing it to ring up merchandise or food and beverage sales, as well as to ensure easy, accurate record-keeping. POS system components vary, depending on the needs of the retailer or…

Rugged tablet POS- Three reasons why

Ruggedized Tablet POS: What to Ask Before You Purchase

With its potential to enhance customer service and increase sales—as well as to yield a wealth of other benefits—mobile POS (mPOS) has become a popular option in the retail and hospitality space. To fully leverage its advantages, you’ll probably need ruggedized tablet POS devices—devices which, as the term “ruggedized” implies, are designed to continue operating…

4 Popular Touch Screen Computer Applications for Casinos

Touch Screen POS in Casinos

4 Popular Touch Screen Computer Applications for Casinos Walk into almost any retail or hospitality establishment these days, and you’re more than likely to see at least one touch screen computer in action. Casinos are no exception. In fact, there are multiple popular casino applications for which a touch screen computer is ideal. Let’s take…

data redundancy

Why Data Redundancy Is Important for POS Systems

For most people, the word “redundancy” has a negative connotation, evoking thoughts of monotonous and sometimes needless repetition. But for retailers and restaurant operators, redundancy is a good thing—at least, when it comes to data and POS systems. Exactly what is data redundancy? In a POS environment, data redundancy occurs when identical data is stored…