Everyday business applications have steadily been moving towards ‘The Cloud’ but not everyone knows what it is. Before ‘The Cloud’ was developing mainstream acceptance, traditional Point of Sale was always very complicated and expensive. To gain the knowledge required to properly operate a ‘legacy’ system was somewhat equivalent to getting a new diploma – time consuming, and often confusing. But what is this Cloud that we are talking so much about? ‘The Cloud’ itself is very similar to the internet. It is constantly used by everyone yet holds no physical form to the user. Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo are familiar names you would have heard of and are some of the earliest examples of businesses utilizing the cloud. The Cloud is a model which allows a user access to their information on demand, conveniently and affordably. ‘The Cloud’ can only be seen as a step forward for anyone serious about moving their business to the next level. For this reason it’s not hard to understand why forward thinking business owners have been quick to adapt and move their business operations to ‘The Cloud’. A Better Way… With ‘Cloud based POS’, the restrictions you previously faced with your POS are no more. You only pay for what you need, updates are done automatically and its easy to scale either up or down depending on your situation. This is where Kounta comes in. An awesome cloud based POS service for brick and mortar stores, quick to get started and simple to use. Your new Kounta can run on an iPad or just about anything else, including the existing Point of Sale Equipment you’ve already got. Get started with your Cloud based POS today, get Kounta today!
Cloud based POS – What it means to have your POS in the Cloud
Everyday business applications have steadily been moving towards ‘The Cloud’ but not everyone knows what […]
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