Point of sale software is one of the key elements of a successful store. If your shop assistants spend minimal time processing purchases and have no problems using the POS application, it means that they can serve more customers per shift and generate more revenue for you, the business owner. Therefore, if you are screening the market for a reliable POS solution for your store, check out CyberMatrix Point of Sale!
CyberMatrix Point of Sale offers a complete set of POS features plus a powerful inventory management tool. The software is a perfect solution for retail stores selling tangible goods or services, or a mix of the two. If necessary, you can use additional hardware, such as a touch screen, a bar code scanner, a pole display or a cash tray — all of this is supported by the program by default. The inventory management part of the software enables you to monitor stock levels in one or several stores at once (using an additional server component), be notified when stock levels fall below the defined threshold and print detailed inventory reports (based on fully customizable templates). If you are using other applications for managing your store, you can quickly export data from CyberMatrix Point of Sale into a CSV file and connect to external databases via an ODBC driver. The latest version of the program contains many improvements, such as layaway payments, manual price overrides and serial number entry.
CyberMatrix Point of Sale is a perfect choice for shop owners who want to have an affordable, functional and customizable POS solution that is easy to deploy and maintain.
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