Blogs published on 01-05-2020

Online Webinar

POS BROWSER HINTS AND TIPS

We had a lot of people attend today's webinar, I was stunned that now we are getting over eighty (80+) people attending. The numbers have certainly grown. The reason I think that the numbers attending are going up so fast is that people are getting more used to these webinars. Also, I think going by the comment by people that attended our webinar series appreciate that we ware delivering practical advice from our software experts on the current range of business challenges that we are all facing during this COVID-19 pandemic.

This is a recording of the most recent COVID-19 webinar hosted by us dealing with common issues dealing with how to get the information required by the government turnover. Much of this can also be used in getting the information required by many landlords.

We also showed you how to identify what stock is selling and not-selling

We look forward to seeing you at the next one.

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Now is not the time to experiment

POS SOFTWARE

 

People now often have time, a guy is not working has plenty of spare time, goes into his brother's shop to help out. Sees the computer has something that he thinks could be better, changes a few things in the system and now it no longer works. Despite our best efforts, we could not fix it over the phone, and they need a technician to fix it.

However, it is not so easy to get someone to help them out now.

Every computer today is set up individually, and your systems are incredibly complex. Any changes that effects the setting can be trouble. So if you are going to try something like this, try it first on computers that you can afford to go down for a while. Remember, there is always an element of risk.

 

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