Whatever your business, you have many options when it comes to finding a point of sale (POS) system that fits your needs. While components can be mixed and matched, your best bet is integrating them into a single piece of equipment: an all-in-one POS system.
An all-in-one POS system consolidates your hardware components – the cash drawer, barcode scanner, keyboard, label printer, and magnetic stripe reader – and can be customized to meet your specific business needs. An all-in-one system simplifies the amount of equipment required to complete your transactions, and helps streamline daily tasks.
A hassle-free technology
A primary advantage of an all-in-one POS system is the element of convenience they provide. Not only is it easier to configure and maintain due to the integrated technology and streamlined customer support, utilizing a system with individual components from the same manufacturer simplifies employee training.
A cost effective choice
Saving money has always been a priority for business owners. By consolidating your POS system, you can run your business more efficiently, saving you money:
- Maintenance may be easier and less expensive when all components come from the same manufacturer
- Durable hardware tends to last longer than other types
- Intuitive and user friendly features require fewer training hours
A secure POS
A report by Hospitality Technology revealed 47 percent of business owners are interested in upgrading their POS technology to meet the October 2015 EMV liability shift (1). By investing in EMV technology integrated into a single system, merchants are better protected from fraud liability. Many providers are offering all-in-one POS systems that employ new EMV technology for heightened security.
Simplifying payments with an all-in-one POS system has many benefits. Offering your business increased advantages – less hassle, increased space, security, and cost-savings – an all-in-one POS is a system that deserves to be considered.