There are several primary factors that come into play when determining the number of POS systems to purchase for your business. These factors include the size of your business, number of employees, and physical space available to accommodate your POS equipment. Traditionally, prime locations for your POS system include check-out counters and customer service desks in retail stores. In restaurants, depending on the type of restaurant, stationary POS systems are typically located at order-entry stations, hostess stations, behind the bar, or at the check-out. POS systems can also play a vital role in the back office, allowing managers and supervisors to review data and run reports for labor costs, scheduling, sales, and other information ...
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