The modern point-of-sale (POS) system does much more than just process transactions. If you use its capabilities fully, you can harvest vital data to improve your business processes and therefore service delivery. This article highlights three ways you can use your POS system apart from transaction processing.
1. Inventory control
Your POS system can be your best inventory management resource. During transaction processing, items sold are deducted in real-time, so that at any point you know exactly what's in your stores.
If you want to construct a commercial building to run your business operations from, here are two tips that may be of use to you.
Use the services of a land surveyor
If you have found a plot which you think might be suitable for your construction project, you should arrange to have it surveyed by a land surveyor before you purchase it. The reason for this is as follows; the information derived from the surveying process will make it much easier for you and your contractor to design a high-quality commercial building that will stand the test of time.
Most people don't spend much time thinking about anodes. In fact, unless you're told your hot water system has started to corrode, you may not think about anodes at all. Yet anodes are a clever and simple way to stop corrosion, not only of your hot water system, but of all sorts of metal objects exposed to water, including such as wharves, jetties and ships.
What are anodes?
Anodes are simply metal components formed from alloys that corrode easily.