POS for specialty foods store?

foodiefoodie Posts: 1subscriber
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Hi everyone, I was hoping to get a little advice from other retailers on POS systems.  I am about to open a small specialty food store and can`t decide on a system, if I need one at all.  I`ve been looking at pos bundles that include grocery industry software for about $3000 outside of my budget .  How important is it to have the specific software?  Would a basic retail point of sale system do the job?  It`s a really small store, so, my other question is, do I need a POS system?  If anyone has experienced this please give me your opinions and advice

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  • BusinessServicesBusinessServices Posts: 0subscriber
    Specific software is only important if it`s absolutely necessary for you to run your business with.
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    David is an expert in the POS field and is able to work with almost any budget.
    David`s parents owned (and still do) several grocery stores and after paying over $30,000 for a POS system he decided to use his IT and Computer skills to make POS systems for his families grocery stores.  Word quickly spread that David could build a POS system for grocery stores saving them over 75% and now David offers POS systems in every business field that you can imagine.
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    Congratulations on your business. Hope this helps.
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