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The Point of Sale Playbook: Your Guide to Winning

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Years ago, an entrepreneur would use a time clock for his or her employees to clock in and clock out, a pen and notepad with hundreds of line items to count their inventory, and a clunky legacy system cash register to ring up sales. Now, an iPad point of sale cash register system can do all of that for you.



All it takes is a quick cash register app download on your mobile device, and you have employee management, inventory tracking, customer management and more, all in one place. To give you a sense of the benefits an iPad cash register system, let’s take a closer look.

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