POS ??

I’m trying to learn about POS, and want to know if I have at least this much right. A POS system stands for Point of Sales and is the generic term for the hardware associated with all systems ( monitor, cash register, keyboard, wiring, computer, etc.), and the other POS stands for Point of Success and is a particular type of software to run the hardware.
Is this correct?

Point of Sale means the entire system – Hardware, software and all the rest. Some people use POS to mean Point of Success because it’s easier to type. Point of Success isn’t your only choice for a POS system. There are many options for pizza restaurants. Your business is different than other restaurants, so stick with the companies that offer systems for pizzerias.

A typical point of sale system lets you take orders, control cash, prevent theft, and, for pizzerias, do the marketing that will help grow your business.

Please let me know if I can help.

Jeff
Don’t be so modest! With your software my point of sale system is my most useful tool in my store. I can not imagine operating without it.

Hey Joe,

If you are looking for a POS, Revention POS is a company to take a look at. If you would like to learn more please check out our website at www.revention.com or if you have any questions about POS, please contact me at 877-738-7444 Ext 243. I look foward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Richard Lizza
Senior Sales Engineer
Revention POS
rlizza@revention.com