I wonder which POS system Microsoft stores will use?

August 3rd, 2009 | Tags: ,

How about Microsoft Dynamics POS 2009?

“Microsoft Dynamics POS 2009 features an intuitive and highly customizable user interface that gives all employees, from the storefront to the back office, access to critical information such as inventory levels and purchase history. The interface is optimized for touch screens and can be tailored for specific roles or individuals, increasing productivity and reducing costs associated with training times. In addition, retailers have the ability to create custom buttons for completing common tasks, adding efficiency to each transaction.

The solution includes a range of new features — which help retailers make informed decisions, respond quickly to their customers’ needs and drive down costs — including these: “

Smart search. Enables employees or managers to bring up relevant information in the solution quickly, helping to drive fast employee response times and a better customer experience

Security-enhanced payment processing. Helps protect cardholder information and minimize fraud with support for the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council industry standards and guidelines

Software development kit (SDK). Enables partners to develop add-on solutions with their own retail industry solutions such as multichannel, mobility and more

Real-time inventory management and flexible reporting tools. Integration with Microsoft SQL Services and Microsoft Office, providing business insight that helps retailers make more informed decisions

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