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Today’s competitive business world not only demands top notch customer service but also strategic planning, which involves analysis of data in minute detail. Now any company that relies on face to face transactions should strive to make those transactions as efficient as possible. This is where the electronic point of sale system can help you with. EPOS not only makes the transaction process convenient for you and your customer, but also collects and reports detailed information on sales activity. In other words, this system performs all tasks of a store checkout counter that involves verifying transactions, providing sales reports, coordinating inventory data, and performing several other services. Thus EPOS system can be very helpful for businesses that have huge number of regular sales as well as many customers and suppliers who need fast, accurate product information. Now integrating this software into your ecommerce website will allow you to manage all your key business operations through a single, easy to use software system. Centralised software management will help you to organise your orders and product stock easily and quickly. If you’re looking for a dynamic EPOS system for your business, then turn to Advansys. These ecommerce solution experts specialise in innovative and easy to use EPOS system that will give you more control over your business as well as high profit.

How does it work?

The EPOS system is integrated into your content management system, which will in turn serve as the centralised database for all of the information related to your products and sales orders. Their EPOS system has efficient and excellent hardware including PC’s with TFT touch screen monitor, cash drawer with draw kicker thermal receipt printer and wireless barcode scanner.

Benefits of integrating EPOS system into your ecommerce website:

  • It will enable you to book stock in and out.
  • You can calculate users running purchase total.
  • You will receive a customer receipt at point of sale.
  • Payments of cash will be collected and stored within the cash drawer.
  • You will get a detailed report on sales transaction, refunds, stock purchases, stock levels, payments, etc.
  • Products can be flagged with their location for easy identification.

More benefits:

Integrating EPOS into your ecommerce website will increase your productivity, reduce overheads, alert you of stock losses, will give you tighter control of prices and profit margins, improve productivity and streamlines processes.

EPOS integration into your ecommerce website can offer you a complete business solution. For more information on EPOS integration contact Advansys ecommerce experts for help at Advansys Limited Building 4 Millars Brook Molly Millars Lane Wokingham Berkshire RG41 2AD Telephone: 0845 838 2700 Fax: 0845 838 2701 sales@

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