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- Chapter 2
- Foreign Literature:
- As defined by Carolina Barcode Inc. (2013), a Point-of-Sale system is a computer software and hardware networked together to track sales and inventory as they occur. Point-of-Sale systems will solve a multitude of problems in your business. It is one of the focal points of any retail or hospitality business in the cash register. The ability to process transactions and tender cash are essential to the efficient operation of the enterprise. If you have a lot of cash transactions, replacing the cash registers with a Point-Of-Sale(POS) system save you money
- According to Kaye Morris (2010), manual inventory management system can help sales and production managers control costs by identifying lost sales due to inventory shortages; inventory overrides on products that are not selling; losses due to employee’s theft damage
- implementing an inventory management system can take a large amount of time depending on the size and diversity of inventory.
- According to Janes (2011) stated that computers are extremely reliable device and very powerful calculators with some great accessories applications like word processing problem for all of business activities, regardless of size, computers have three advantages over other type of office equipment that process information because computer are faster, more accurate more economical.
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