A point of sale (POS) system allows your business to accept payments from customers and keep track of sales. It comprises both software and hardware to centralize and manage all the business operations of a store.

POS software must be integrated with specific hardware components to work with it. Some of the common types of hardware integration involved are:

  • Credit/debit card reader: A card reader allows customers to pay securely by credit or debit card.
  • Cash drawer: POS software integration with cash drawer can minimize fraud by tracking exactly when the drawer is opened.
  • Receipt printer: A paper receipt will let customers know when and what they purchased and how much they paid.
  • Bar code scanner: A bar code scanner reads an item’s product details and helps in maintaining stock level.

We at smartData Enterprises have developed enterprise-level POS application software with mobile apps. To streamline end-to-end order management, Inventory management, billing & accounting, employee management within the store and have expertise in the integration of multiple hardware like Thermal Printer, Cash drawer, MSR Reader, Barcode Scanner, RFID Reader, etc.

Due to pandemic and with the rapid development of software and hardware technology, we can help you build customized OR turn your current POS system into a self-service kiosk or a self-checkout system.

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