Glossary » POS


What is a Point of sale?

As the name states, POS is the point at which sales can be made physically.

Example of Point of Sale
An example of POS would be a customer getting a receipt after he has purchased it at a counter.

Benefits of POS 

The benefits of POS include the following:

  • Better Inventory
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Better Customer Orders
  • Quick Payments
  • Simple Invoicing

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