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If you’re new to EPoS Systems then this is the place to begin. Below are 4 articles that will introduce you to what EPoS is, why it’s useful and what to look for when buying a system.
An Electronic Point of Sale (also known as an EPoS system) is commonly used in supermarkets to enter sales information, manage stock inventory and to handle customer loyalty programs. To summarise the electronic point of sale is a computerized cash register that can perform many functions other than just handling transaction at a checkout.
The point of sale, which is also known as a 'checkout’ or lane, is where customer transaction take place.
The goal here is to process customer transactions as fast ...
If you're looking for EPoS in Leeds then look no further.
Retail Computer Solutions have spent over 27 years supplying EPoS and Retail Business Solutions to retailers throughout Yorkshire and the UK.
We're based in Wakefield, just a short drive from Leeds city centre. Not only that but we have a number of customers in the centre and the surrounding area - including customers in the new Trinity Shopping Centre.
No matter what you're looking for there is a module for you:
Here's why customers ...
EPoS systems are not only for large chain stores and retail groups such as supermarkets – independent retailers will benefit immensely from this technology too. There are many systems on the market and the key is to choose one that will be right for your indie store.
We understand just because a retailer doesn’t have a chain of stores across the country doesn’t mean that they don’t want a powerful and flexible solution to drive their sales process.
EPoS systems are exactly that, ...
Ask yourself a simple question... What security requirements do you need in your point of sale system?
Do you want staff to have access to all areas of the system?
Or, do you want to restrict specific areas to managers only?
Most of our customers like to divide access into different security levels. For example, it’s likely that a general manager will have access to all areas of the system.
Supervisors will need access to void errors and mistakes, and they will need to be ...
Welcome to the Keyboard Layout Editor.
This is part 2 in our article series about the RCS POS Keyboard. Part 1 is an article about the Keyboard Layout Manager which you might want to read first though it isn’t key to understanding this article.
So first things first, what does it do?
The role of the keyboard layout editor is to make it easy for a store owner or user to create a point of sale keyboard. The editor uses a “what you see ...
One of the great features of the RCS Point of Sale System is that you can virtually maintain an unlimited number of POS keyboards on the system. And, each keyboard can have a similar number of layouts or individual screens.
This will become clearer throughout the article.
Firstly, let’s meet the Keyboard Layout Manager. Here’s a screenshot:
Before we discuss the Keyboard Layout Manager let’s first go over the hierarchy and relationship between the different elements that make up a keyboard in this system.
Do you work in an environment where your hands get muddy, wet or dirty but you also have to serve customers and operate an EPoS system? You might be a butcher, fish monger, work in a garden centre or a similar profession.
This week I’ve been wandering the UK Business Forums helping answer questions from business owners about EPoS and their shops. It was in one of these topics that a forum member, who owns a garden centre, made the following comment:
The M1 is a second home to me.
I don’t have the “feeling of freedom” that some drivers get when shifting down a gear to power onto the motorway.
For me it’s a sense of familiarity, a returning home.
You see I spend most of my week traveling up and down the country visiting business owners. Many of these journeys begin with a friendly phone call perhaps a week, a month or even a year earlier. Then we arrange a suitable time to visit ...
One of the main tasks in a retail store manager’s daily routine is stock management.
Ordering and stocking the right products, in the right quantity and place, has an impact on your business’s success; stock less or more than what you actually need and you may end up losing thousands of pounds.
Customers are always looking for retailers that offer great products and services at the right prices. That means that if their favourite products are frequently “out of stock” in your store ...
During the last five years the financial crisis has deeply affected the retail industry; many retailers have lost a considerable part of their profits and others face financial issues. Entrepreneurs squeeze their minds to come up with ideas that will help them offer the best possible services to their customers, expand their client base and boost sales. If you are a retailer trying to find ways to increase your profits, then you’ll find the solution you’ve been looking for in an ...