In her recent article Kristen Santoro lists 7 steps to define neighborhood marketing by Jon Taffer, president of Nightclub & Bar Media Group and Host & Executive Producer of Spike TV’s “Bar Rescue”. You can find the full article here. Some of the steps listed there could be accomplished with the help of the properly configured point of sale system. For example, a properly configured POS can help business owners analyze data much faster and more efficient through reporting.
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At Modus, we take future very seriously and offer you our 5 bold predictions for 2014.
First a little back story. Introduction of a new form of payment has always been a slow and painful process. Transitions from seashells to gems, from gems to metals, from metals to paper and then paper to plastic have not been easy. People tend to feel a strange connection to the way they hold money and are resistant to change. Change to a new form of money, from gold coins to paper fiat, has even been described by Goethe in Faust as a work of the Devil. Well, thankfully the times have changed and such descriptions are no longer appropriate.
Often when looking for a POS System you focus on software or the computer itself, ignoring the necessary peripherals. However, these devices are often essential to having a complete Point of Sale system for your business. Without them you basically have a fancy looking cash register rather than a true computerized system. Therefore it is important not to overlook such devices. Here is a list of 5 most important ones and why you should have them:
Today’s fast paced business environment rules mandate owners to have a point of sale system (POS System). The market is saturated with various solutions and, quite simply, can overwhelm a business owner. How to choose a system that’s right for you? Here are 7 simple rules to go by:
This complicated question has been on my mind for quite some time. Being in merchant service industry, I met with many business owners who asked the very same question. And always immediately technology comes to mind. The beautiful intelligent machines that mean to make life easier. Artificial brains that will calculate analyze and improve. Basically, do all the boring work for us. So it is simple then. Get a computer, a point of sale system, and run with it. Sounds easy? It is not. Systems are complex and take time to get configured.