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Point Of Sale  - Also abbreviated as POS, Point-of-purchase, to indicate how, where, when, details, record, transaction, deal, trade, vending, retailing, selling occur, in retail and economic, even web-based buying/selling. The POS, point-of-sale, could be online, at check-out, cashier, register, when money exchanges hands. Payment processing, charges, refunds, discounts, real-time transacting can al be effected as it happens, when require, on-demand, with accuracy and precision, saving money, overhead and giving transparency, data-driven econometrics to make better business decisions. Point of sales, terminals, mobile, handheld, scanners, and input devices for retail contexts and locations, stores, whenever a/any transaction is and executed.  Web-forms and customer information fill-out forms to capture new client information, to enable enacting of transactions done in person, by phone, fax, or any other method. Processing of credit card transactions, with purchaser present, sliders, terminals, cash-outs/cashiers, registers for payment processing, similar to retailer type check-out, described by many simply as that location and point in time, where products, goods and services are taken possession of, purchase buy/sell are completed and paid for. It can also be online or through tele-market charge type transacting and processing.

 

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