Submitted by PioneerPOS
In good economic times and especially in bad ones, retailers must do all they can to sell more merchandise. Installing an all-in-on point of sale system with a small footprint and built-in peripherals such as a receipt printer and/or magnetic stripe reader is one way to get the job done. Besides getting consumers through the checkout line far faster than would be possible using separate point of sale peripherals, such systems occupy so much less valuable space than their larger counterparts—space that can be devoted to displaying inventory, placing advertising collateral or a combination of thereof.
Moreover, even retailers who do not want or need to devote space at the checkout counter to showcasing merchandise and engaging in advertising endeavors would do well to consider an all-in-one point of sale system. Why? For one thing, separate peripherals and large, bulky hardware make for a cluttered cash register area that may turn customers off. In addition, the more cluttered the checkout station, the more difficult it will be for employees to handle customer traffic in an efficient manner.
PioneerPOS’ S-Line touchcomputers fit the bill for retailers with limited space around the cash register by eliminating the need for an external printer. The S-Line integrates an Epson printer into an All-in-one touchcomputer. Its clever design allows the printer to be replaced in the field in less than a couple of minutes. The S-Line reduces cable clutter and the need of additiona l power supplies. Retailers can use the extra space to generate additional revenue by displaying advertisement or impulse merchandise. Expandability includes Intel Gigabit network, 4 Serial, and 6 USB ports.
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