How can a point-of-sale system help your business?
Hear from our expert, Bart Setter, Vice President and Senior Market Sales Manager at Wells Fargo.
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Business owners work a lot. They're in their business every single day almost and they really want to get away from that as much as they can or they just need to run things a little more efficiently and point of sale systems really allow them to do that — and just understand the trends in the business.
With Clover you're able to customize and choose any application for your industry and really make that efficient for your business. You can actually run your system remotely and you can look at your inventory in different applications within the Clover device that really look at the business as a whole to see how you can manage it more efficiently. Clover's a Wi-Fi connected tool. So anytime you have internet it's going to upload all that information in real time. You can actually see what's going on at that business, whether you're there or not.
Clover can be great for the retail industry because it allows them to track their inventory. This really lets them understand the items that they're selling at a larger amount versus items that they're not selling and really allows them to understand what to order before their next stock.
Some business owners want to grow. They want to have multiple locations. They want to expand their inventory. They want to expand their stores. Clover gives them that ability to do that. They can open another location, and the device will mirror what they have at their current location. It will help them get that new location set up very quickly and very efficiently.
Cashflow is very important for a business owner. Clover is a great tool that really helps them look at everything from a holistic point of view and understand the money coming in, as well as that money coming out so that they can really see that full scope of the business.
Some business owners are hesitant to invest in a new system that may be better for them because they don't want to run into a situation where they have to retrain their staff. They don't want the added cost. They also don't want to run into any issues with that transition. The great thing about Clover is it's very simple. It's very easy to use. The equipment comes pre-programmed so it's all ready to go. You can save time and resources and you can also utilize that to get actionable data about your business.
Regardless of what stage you’re in as a business owner, there’s always an option to look at different point-of-sales devices to really help optimize your business.
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