Marion, IA (PRWEB) May 18, 2006 –
PosSoftwareGuide.com is pleased to announce the release of its new “POS Software Comparison Chart.” The chart is a unique resource tool designed to help retailers choose the best and most compatible point of sale software for their business by comparing 459 common features of 18 top retail POS systems.
“Over the last couple years I’ve received hundreds of emails from my subscribers wanting a solution that allows them to compare major POS software companies without having to do countless hours of research and recording all of the information on their own,” said Jeff Haefner, creator and manager of PosSoftwareGuide.com. “By having access to this chart, retailers who are serious about finding industry specific POS for their business can evaluate 18 of the top retail POS systems in as little as 45 minutes.”
The POS Comparison Chart, written in Excel format, can easily be downloaded in seconds. Retailers are first encouraged to determine which features are most important to their business. Next, they go through the chart and designate the importance of each feature as “Must have, Important, Nice to have and No need.” Once completed, they have a completely personalized comparison chart for their business.
Retailers can then select the appropriate Priority drop-down for the features that they listed of highest importance and easily view which systems best meet their needs. This helps pinpoint which systems are most compatible and automatically eliminates the systems that don’t fit their criteria.
The personalized chart then tabulates the software systems using a built-in formula and calculates the information, so retailers can view helpful summaries and move forward with their decision to purchase the most compatible POS software for their business.
“Choosing the right POS software for your business is not something that should be taken lightly,” added Haefner. “You can literally make thousands of dollars or lose thousands depending on what software you choose to run your business. It takes a lot of research and you must do your homework. This chart is not designed to be the end-all solution that will choose your software for you. It’s intended for retailers to save time and frustration by determining which features are essential to their business growth and then evaluate how these POS systems meet their needs.”
PosSoftwareGuide.com, based out of Marion, IA, is a website that is dedicated to helping retailers find easier and more effective POS software solutions so they can develop and grow their business. Jeff Haefner works with retailers and educates them through his publications including “The POS Software Buyers Guide,” numerous articles, and weekly newsletters. For further information on the “POS Comparison Chart,” you can visit http://www.possoftwareguide.com/new-chart.html.
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