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Westshore Processing Reports on Microsoft POS and Alternatives(June 06, 2012)
Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) June 06, 2012
With the great variety of POS systems that are available, it can be difficult to choose a system that will be best suited for every company. A main goal for almost every business is to find a POS system that will be easy to understand and use. Westshore Processing is now seeking to make the selection process easier by providing information on Microsoft POS and some of the other alternative POS systems that are available.
Microsoft POS tends to be a popular and common option due to the widespread use of Windows. Since many people have grown accustomed to using Windows on their computers and other electronics, the user interface for Microsoft POS systems can be considered more familiar and easier for them to use. Businesses that upgrade with a more popular or familiar system can ensure that employees will be able to quickly and easily learn how to handle transactions on the system. For businesses that do not run most of their programs on Windows or prefer to use other options, there are numerous other POS systems available as well.
Businesses that are in need of an alternative to Microsoft POS systems can consider some of the open source software options that Westshore has listed. These include systems like Open Bravo and Lemon POS. Not only can these systems be installed on a computer using any operating system, they are also free. This makes them a more affordable and cost-efficient choice in comparison to brand name POS software options. Ultimately, whether a business uses Windows, Linux, or Mac, upgrading to a new POS system does not have to be difficult. For further information about POS systems and the options that may be the best for small businesses, you can visit http://www.microsoftpos.net.
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