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Two Essential POS Reporting Features You Want.

One of the simplest and most essential upgrades businesses can make for their daily operations is in payments. Seeking out the best mobile POS system is a way to simultaneously improve storefront and back-office operations. Not all tech is created equal, though, and points of sale are doing more than ever. You’ll want to make sure your new POS is capable of the newest efficiencies, and you’ll also want to be sure you’re taking advantage of these features.

Sales Reports

Without knowledge of your sales, there’s really no way to intelligently grow your business. This is true no matter what line of work you’re in. The crucial knowledge of what you’re selling and what you’re selling less of forms the basis of all your decision making, from inventory to hiring, and more.

Practically every business owner will do some type of sales tracking, even if it’s simply keeping mental track. There is no one way to do it right; still, there are more scientific and less scientific ways, and also more time-consuming and less time-consuming ways of knowing your sales figures.

Using the power and efficiency of an integrated POS is one way of making sales reporting more scientific and less time-consuming in one go. A modern POS like the Poynt system that comes with Moolah is able to track sales while they happen and generate a report as often as you like, making it an effective tool in learning about your customers and your business. You’ll be able to spot trends and leverage them for ongoing success.

Inventory Reports

Practically any POS you get these days assists with inventory; However, some do it better than others. With inventory pain points, the solution that adds detail and eliminates redundancy in tasks is the winner.

One way a good inventory tracking point of sale system helps add detail is through enabling easier management of how your business is managed. Perhaps your business is one in which you offer comps, such as certain restaurants or bars. Offering comps is a great way to keep customers happy and win their regular business. Still, you don’t want it to be excessive or you’ll be losing sales revenue. You can trust that your managers and staff are comping at the ideal amount, but having the data of sales and comparing it with inventory can show you exactly how much is being given out, and how much in sales you’re losing. You’ll then be in a better management position to give feedback and direction to staff.

At the heart of the matter is the overall transition from less technology to more technology. Far from being scary, the tech of today is enabling store owners to transition from eyeballing to actually knowing, and best of all, it doesn’t take more work to learn; the best mobile POS systems do most, if not all of the heavy lifting, allowing business owners to spend more of their time doing what they do best: getting more business.