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APG Cash Drawer Featured on Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares

14 February 2013

APG Cash Drawer, LLC, a leading manufacturer of cash drawers, attracted some media attention during December 2012.
An episode of FOX program Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares utilised the company’s new POS system, developed in conjunction with software company POS Lavu. This came on the heels of being featured in several other episodes during the same season.

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HP Debuts new RP7 POS Model

10 February 2013

Hold on to your receipt rolls, because December 2012 saw HP introduce its new POS system, designed for retail and hospitality businesses.
The HP RP7 (7100 model) is a fanless upgrade of the RP7 All-in-One. It was first demonstrated to potential buyers at HP Discover in December in Germany, and in Shanghai at the Asia Retail Innovation Summit.

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POS Systems Often Out-of-date in Restaurant Business

6 February 2013

If you’re in the restaurant business, the odds are high that you’re using a POS system that is out of date for your current needs.  For many people, their image of a POS is dated—centred on a computer and EFTPOS roll.
A 2012 survey of 500 restaurant owners (by RestaurantOwner.com) indicated that more than 40% of them used a POS system that was 5 or more years old.

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Mobile POS Gaining Ground

2 February 2013

Traditional cash registers, computer-based POS systems and receipt rolls are still around, but new technology is taking some of their traditional domain.
A recent survey from RIS News Custom Research indicates that iPads and other tablets look set to steal some ground from more traditional POS methods, and within a relatively short space of time. 62% of businesses surveyed were looking to upgrade their POS in the next two years, with 60% of them looking at mobile POS options.

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A Short Guide to Self Service POS

11 June 2012

Unless you have been living under a rock, you will have noticed the emergence of self-service point-of-sale systems, most commonly at airports and grocery stores. These appear to be fast becoming the way of the future and have meant that customers no longer have to wait in long lines to be served when they are more than capable of helping themselves. The following is a short guide to self-service POS.
Why?
Self-service options can make it far quicker and easier for a person to come into your store, make a purchase, and be on their way in no time, making it far more likely people will still come in even if they don’t have much time to spare. With more people serving themselves, you will likely be able to save on labour costs or, free up your staff to provide better customer service.

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