Tuesday, October 25, 2016

How to Increase Sales With a Point-of-Sale System

As a business owner, the goal of any business is to increase its net income. There are two ways to address this: 1) Reduce operating costs, and/or 2) Increase sales. Traditionally, point of sale systems have concentrated on the first method by reducing operating costs....Next generation POS systems offer some or all of the following features to help retailers increase their sales:
  1. Integrated eCommerce – a new storefront not limited by geography or time
  2. Auctions – new sales channel and marketing channel
  3. Sales Order & Telephone Order modules
  4. CRM (Customer Relationship Management) – improved customer service
  5. Integrated mass email – low cost promotions
  6. Club pricing – improves customer loyalty
  7. Revolving A/R (Accounts Receivable) – improves customer loyalty through credit
  8. Customer loyalty points reward programs
  9. Gift card sales and redemptions built into the software
  10. Suggestive selling prompts for cashiers
  11. Receipt printers produce marketing messages
  12. New Signature Capture devices display marketing messages at the checkout line. Read more here
To place your order go to papernetusa.com

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Should You Add Old Data to a New POS System?

Should you start your new point of sale system/barcode application by entering your existing customers?  This question gets asked all the time.    The answer is definitely… maybe.   Let’s take a look at what kinds of businesses really need customer data and just how much it costs (in time and money) to enter data into a POS system.    
Customer data is dynamic, fluid and changing.  Every day, every minute, your customers are moving to new homes, getting new phone numbers, buying new cars and leaving town.  New customers are showing up all the time.    Should a business owner even bother to put in old data? Read more here

To place your order for POS supplies go to papernetusa.com