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Integrate your POS system and focus on the more important elements of your business

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If you run a convenience store you will be entering many transactions into your POS system each day. These could be in the form of cash, cheque or credit cards.

According to the British Retail Consortium, cash payments made up only £28.93 in every £100 spent at retailers in 2012 which was down from the previous years spend of £32. That means more people are using credit cards and it is important to ensure that all these transactions (from Visa or Mastercard) are recorded correctly in your accounting system.

The problem is that your POS system does not “talk” to your accounting system and so you or your bookkeeper have to spend time every day ensuring that data from your POS is accurately entered in to your accounting system.

However, there is an alternative – linking your POS system with your accounting system. In fact, CounterBooks’ retail accounting management suite does just that. We have developed a range of imports from daily reconciliation through to wholesaler e-invoices and payroll. This not only means improved data accuracy but also that you don’t have to pay additional staff to do the data entry for you. The imports can automate as much as 80% of your daily processes, allowing you to focus on the more important elements of your business.

Why not let the computers do the hard work so you don’t have to?

Author: retailaccounting

CounterBooks is an online retail accounting management suite which is used by retailers across the world.

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