Customized Pos Machine

Customized Pos Machine
Posted by astao401 on 2020/11/25
Customized Pos Machine

Production Introduction
Modern design without compromise. Sleek and streamlined, all-in-one systems are as rugged and reliable as they are beautiful. With security, durability, and flexibility built into its elegant design, the TruePos RH-Series Pos System meets the demands of your business and marks a new era in retail. Available in black or white. Deliver exceptional experiences to customers and value to your business with the sleek, affordable TruePos Pos System. This system is ready to run quickly, integrates seamlessly with popular software and payment services2, and has the reliability you need.
Product Specification
Form FactorRH-668 Black All-in-one Pos System
Operating SystemWindows 7
Windows 10
Linux
Android
Display15" diagonal main display
11.6" diagonal customer display (optional)
12" diagonal customer display (optional)
2*20 LCD customer display (optional)
2*20 VFD customer display (optional)
Processor FamilyIntel庐 Core鈩?processor
Intel庐 Celeron庐 processor
ProcessorIntel庐 Celeron庐 J1800 with Intel HD Graphics
Intel庐 Celeron庐 J1900 with Intel HD Graphics
Intel庐 Core鈩?i3(4th) with Intel HD Graphics
Intel庐 Core鈩?i5(4th) with Intel HD Graphics
Intel庐 Core鈩?i7(7th) with Intel HD Graphics
ChipsetChipset integrated on processor
Memory2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB
StorageInternal drive bays
32 GB SSD, 64 GB SSD, 128 GB SSD
GraphicsIntegrated Intel HD Graphics8,9
Ports and Connectors6 USB/ 2 COM/ 1 VGA/ 1 LAN
Input DeviceUSB Standard Keyboard (optional);
USB Smart Card (CCID) Keyboard (optional)
USB Mouse (optional)
Dimensions41 x 27 x 44 cm with carton
Weight5.5 kg, with stand
Warranty12-month limited warranty and service offering includes parts and on-line technical support.
Product Details
Delivery, Shipping
Packaging: Carton package.
MOQ: 1pc(each design)
Sample: Available.
Leading Date: 2days for sample and
15 days for mass production.
Pls inform us, if urgent order.
Delivery Method: By Express Courier, such as DHL, Fedex, UPS, TNT, EMS  etc. By Air, by Land or by Sea.
Payment Terms: T/T, Trade Assurance, Paypal, Western Union.     
Pls feel free to contact us if any questions.
FAQ
If you鈥檙e choosing a POS system for the first time, start making a list of features you must have and talk to fellow business owners who are operating in a similar space. Ask what POS systems they鈥檙e using and what they like, or not like about them.
鈥淭hen start looking at solutions and make sure vendors cover the key points important to your business while also offering a secure, easy-to-use, easy to maintain and modern solution,鈥?says Tauzia.
Usability and agility is vital in a POS. 鈥淚t鈥檚 important to consider ease of use, flexibility in pricing, what actionable insights the system provides, data security, hardware durability and quality of customer service,鈥?says Grullon.
Once you start talking to vendors, be sure to ask questions that demand definitive answers.
Some questions to ask:
Is the POS able to integrate with my existing software?
Do you have a website or accounting software? Choosing a POS that integrates with your existing setup will save you time and money.
What payment methods can the POS accept?
Double check that the POS is able to accept chip-enabled credit and debit cards. You鈥檒l also need to have a EMV-compliant POS terminal.
How much does the software really cost?
POS systems can cost as little as a few hundred dollars each month to tens of thousands for a made-to-order solution. On average, about 46 percent of companies spend under $1,500 a year on their POS software.
Is your only option to sign a contract?
Signing on a dotted line means you鈥檒l have to commit to the service until your contract ends, even if you don鈥檛 like it.
Are there any hidden fees?
Find out if there are any hidden fees involved in payment processing. These can come in the form of activation, downloads, early termination, refunds and transaction fees for different debit/credit cards.
Is any hardware proprietary?
Choosing a POS software vendor that offers proprietary hardware can save you time while offering smoother functionality. However if you鈥檙e looking to customize your setup, a proprietary solution can be restricting as it鈥檒l only be compatible with equipment from the same company.
Reference
Many tasks in a retail store can be overly tedious and resource exhaustive. With the right POS system, retailers have the ability to simplify crucial daily business operations with greater proficiency.
鈥淢odern POS systems do more than just offer flexibility when processing daily transactions,鈥?says Grullon. 鈥淭hey improve a merchant鈥檚 chances of success by providing them with tools to streamline business processes.鈥?/p>
Our analysis with POS software buyers identified key features that retailers and restaurants look for in selecting a POS system:
Sales Reporting: On the surface, most POS systems enable you to look at your sales. The difference lies in how those numbers are presented, the ease at which data can be accessed and how much detail you get.
Your POS system should ideally be able to:
Generate detailed sales reports (based on product, hour, employee, total cost of items sold, total retail amount, net profit, profit percentage, gross margin)
Provide quick snapshots and charts on your store鈥檚 sales performance
Inventory Management: One of the most important functions of a POS system, inventory management, at its very essence, keeps track of all products so you know when it鈥檚 time to order/or not order specific products.
Your POS system should enable you to:
Scan and count products digitally
Manage your stock by creating product variations (size, color)
Identify pieces of inventory with a unique serial number
Track inventory levels across multiple locations
Enable seamless ordering such as automatically setting custom reorders of best-sellers
Consolidating purchases and orders in one order
Customer Management: Building strong relationships with your customers will lead to repeat business. A POS should have customer relationship management (CRM) to track all customer data.
Your POS system should give you the ability to:
Attach a sale/transaction to a customer
Keep track of your customers鈥?purchase history
Capture customer information such as name, age, birthday, phone number and email address
Use email marketing to keep in touch with them
More advanced systems will have a built-in loyalty program
Employee Reporting and Management: The performance of your employees can make or break the success of your store. Having the ability to set sales targets as well as know who your top performers are and who requires extra coaching will help increase sales.
Your POS system should give you the ability to:
Add employees to your system
Create and modify schedules for employees based on forecasted activity
Email schedules to employees
Track employees鈥?hours weekly and over time
Analyze who your top performers areCustomized Pos Machine
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