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File1:

My topic is the use of tablets as registers. Tablets for personal use
are becoming less and less common and less profitable. Tablets turned
to commercial use and it's transforming businesses everywhere. With the
invention of tablets, especially the iPad, many stores and businesses
are losing the huge, bulky registers and using this hand-held device.

Businesses can not only use the tablet as a register, but they can
also use it as a marketing stategy. With many companies putting their
logos and other marketing tools on the tablet it allows the business to
increase profits.

Another aspect of using a tablet as a register, is the accessibility. Most
everyone has the ability to use their tablet as a register with the
invention of different apps. This makes it easy for small businesses
and vendors to obtain this accessibility. For example, you could use
a tablet as a register at a yard sale, for those customers that don't
have cash on them.


File2:

Mobile point-of-sale systems are becoming more popular, with 54 million
units expected to be installed in businesses by 2019. Using a tablet
for a POS system provides mobility and a seamless platform for both
sales and inventory management. You can take it with you on the go,
or use it in a restaurant to take orders or payment tableside.

Note that some tablet POS systems makers offer bundles that include a
tablet and the POS software. If you're considering using tablet-based
POS system that does'nt include a tablet, you'll need to buy one
separately. For those situations, there are five best tablets for mobile
POS systems. Each is best-suited for different work enviroments.

The first thing to consider is the software for your chosen POS
system may require a certain operating system. Be sure to check on any
requirements before purchasing your tablet. There are many different
things to consider before deciding which is right for your company.


File3:

There are many different things to take into account when choosing the
right tablet for your POS system. We'll dig into each tablet in
depth, to find which is right for you. With many features and
things to consider.

Remember that to take credit and debit cardds with your tablet POS,
you'll need a merchant account. With so many tablet options, it can
be difficult to find the right one to use. Although each tablet above
is a solid device, each one fits different business needs and budgets.

The perfect solution for your business depends on how and where the
POS will be used. Whether you're looking for a rugged device, extreme
portability, ease of use, or an all-in-one business productivity device,
mobile POS solutions are available to fit your needs.

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