A key factor to consider is the availability of service support. You’ll come to rely on your POS so consider a company with 24/7 live support and a local service network in your area.
Some say restaurants today run on computers. Those of us in the business know this is not true. However, having adequate POS support that is well-matched to your business gives you the time to do what you do best—cater to your customers. Restaurant POS actually refers to the software that runs on computers. We often also refer to the hardware—usually touchscreen terminals or wireless handheld devices—as the POS system. The POS system can also include check printers, cash ...
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