In its conventional sense, a “Point of Sale” (PoS) generally refers to the checkout area in a shop. This was then broadened to include Electronic Points of Sale (EPoS), where the barcodes on products are scanned and the sale is immediately registered and recorded against stock. This computerized process deducts the individual product that has been recorded as sold from the inventory and automatically updates the stock level. POS-Technology Ltd. from Kiev, which has been serving the retail and hospitality sectors for more than 20 years, is now showcasing its iPOS range of new PoS solutions including the innovative iPOS Print at CeBIT 2016.
All over the world right now, outdated PC-based PoS terminals are being replaced by tablet-based solutions, which generally offer a host of advantages – but also one considerable downside. There tend to be none of the familiar and user-friendly interfaces for attaching and integrating peripheral equipment such as weighing scales, card readers, customer displays, (barcode) scanners or printers. This is where iPOS Print comes in. This comprehensive Android- and Linux-based system delivers solutions that meet pretty much any sector’s needs and helps businesses make the switch to new-generation POS terminals with ease and without breaking the bank.
POS-Technology Ltd. (03148 Kiev, Ukraine), Hall 6, Stand D48, Topic: SIPPO Pavilion