Introducing our EPOS Mid range
Introducing the Mid (1) model: Equipped with a built-in 58mm printer, this system features an oil and water-resistant design. With screen brightness exceeding 300 nits and V0 fire-proof rating, it features a 4.3" customer display. Its compact footprint and easy-to-move design make it an ideal choice for your business.
Presenting the Mid (2) model: This sleek, modern system comes with a built-in 58mm printer offering a 50km service life & 15.6-inch FHD display along with oil and water-resistant features. Designed with exceptional cable management, it's a stylish and practical choice for your business needs.
Introducing the Mid (3) model: This EPOS Touch Terminal features a built-in 80mm printer and a stunning 15.6-inch FHD display along with oil and water-resistant features and an anti EMI chip. Equipped too with an industrial-grade touch processor, it offers a stylish, space-saving solution for your business needs.
What is EPOS?
Electronic Point of Sale (EPOS), also known as Point of Sale (POS), is a blend of hardware and software engineered to streamline your business operations. Unlike traditional till systems that merely record sales, EPOS systems capture transactional data and generate insightful reports based on the input.
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What is an EPOS System used for?
EPOS systems, unlike conventional cash registers, offer an array of functions such as inventory management, sales reporting, staff management, barcoding, customer relationship management, and payment processing.
How to set up an EPOS System
The Ring A Till Point of Sale system boasts an easy setup, enabling you to be operational in just 15 minutes, guided by a dedicated implementation manager. Plus, for your peace of mind, our team is available anytime to offer technical support whenever needed.
How much do EPOS Systems cost?
EPOS system pricing differs among providers. Some companies charge no upfront fees but take a percentage from each transaction. Alternatively, others require an initial payment for the system. Additionally, app integrations may incur a monthly fee.
How does an EPOS System work?
An EPOS system, connected to the internet, integrates with payment providers for seamless cash and card transactions. It securely stores data in the cloud, enabling access from any device, anywhere.
What is the best accounting & EPOS software?
Although accounting software and EPOS software are seperate, Ring A Till POS systems allow seamless integration with popular accounting providers such as Xero, Quickbooks, or Sage.