Every keystroke at a retail sales counter is an opportunity for a mistake. Mistakes cost money. This is why we built flexibility into our touchscreen setup from the outset, enabling popular items which one would not scan (for varying reasons) to be sold with a single keystroke.
I was thinking about this yesterday when watching a retailer (not a user of ours) using three or four keystrokes to sell an item. While the hardware required cost less, I suspect the resulting mistakes cost more. Certainly, customer throughput is not as good nor is the quality of management reports coming out of the system. It’s often false economy to use old cheap technology.
If I can help you sell faster and more accurately, it’s money in the bank – your bank – every day. Behind our touchscreen facilities we have the ability to reduce keystroke use and thereby improve accuracy, customer throughput and customer trust in your business.