This is where items are scanned, totals are calculated, payments are made, and purchase receipts are delivered. Usually happens after a shopper secretly checks Amazon on their phone to see if selected items are cheaper.
The notion of a point of sale system is as old as retail. The value of digitalization is the ability to tailor aesthetics and experience to the unique preferences of a retailer. Options could include in-context signage displayed to the shopper during check-out or self-service point-of-sale located throughout the store.
Ability to integrate with external data sources, business logic, and devices. These days, virtually all retailers have fully digitized back offices. Modern ERP applications contain up-to-the-minute and complete pictures of all catalog items, including price, sizes, availability – and pictures. Payment processing services offload security and privacy concerns from the retailer. Printers, bar code scanners, and other input devices present countless ways to identify items for purchase. Intuiface is built to simplify integration with all of these things, acting as a middleman orchestrating the sequence of events involving each system. It happens in real-time and is always in sync.