Onboarding is a term some POS software companies use to describe their process of bringing on new customers.
Onboarding is a corporate term, a big business term, for detached remote setup and installation. It is not personal. It is not small business.
Small business is personal. Most small business rely on providing personal local service.
That is what we do at Tower Systems through our POS software.
We don’t onboard, not in the big business corporate sense. No, we work personally, face to face, in your business. We setup our software in your shop, leveraging installation options to provide you with as much of a tailored solution as we are able. We do this working alongside you.
Not on the phone.
Not by email.
Not via Skype.
Our service is personal, like small business retail is personal.
Of course, if you would rather we did the work remotely we will happily do this. However, this is not our recommendation.
So, here at Tower Systems, no impersonal onboarding, no distance learning. We work with you, in your business, personally and engaged with your Like a conversation. Friendships develop. Understanding of your needs develop. This makes it better for you and for us.
We are confident that the personal in-store approach to setting up your POS software provides you with a better outcome. It is calmer and more engaged. We think you will learn better by our experts working with you in your business. And isn’t learn ing better vital to you and your business? For sure!
Every time we are in a retail business we learn. This is another reason we are keen to install and train on-site, in retail businesses. Working remotely on the phone denies this learning opportunity. It means the outcomes are less appropriate and useful. This is another reason onboarding is not a smart move in our view.
Small business retail is personal. Tower Systems gets that and delivers on the through its personal POS software installation and training approach.
We are grateful to serve in excess of 3,000 small business retailers today, retailers we have learned from by being in their businesses.