How to Implement a Tablet POS Solution to Complement Your Traditional POS
Step into your competitors’ hospitality or retail business and you’ll more than likely notice waiters and sales clerks using tablet point of sale (POS) as they serve customers. The use of mobile point of sale (mPOS) in stores and restaurants is growing: Global Market Insights, Inc. reported in January 2017 that the worldwide market for retail POS terminals grew to more than $14 billion in 2015, and is expected to grow even more in the years to come. In addition, Juniper Research reported in 2016 that mPOS is expected to account for as much as one-third of all point of sale terminals by 2021.
Yet while businesses are embracing mPOS either as their entire POS systems or to enhance traditional, stationary POS systems, too many are making the mistake of building a POS solution based only on consumer-grade tablets.
This e-book provides a road map for implementing Tablet POS successfully in a way that enhances and complements your traditional POS system