Computeruser.com
Latest News

CyberMatrix Point of Sale v4 released

Businesses that sell goods, services or a combination of the two can use CyberMatrix Point of Sale to manage their retail operations. The software has four different retail sale entry methods: invoice entry/pickup, quick sale, customer sale and touch sale. CyberMatrix Point of Sale features inventory tracking and serial number tracking. Retail store chains can install the server application to share data between the different stores.
The inventory tracking feature records exactly what stock is on hand and indicates when re-orders are necessary. The software includes many pre-built
reports but customers can modify these reports or even build new ones.
CyberMatrix Point of Sale is designed to run on an ordinary Windows PC with a receipt printer. A bar code scanner, cash tray, pole display, touch screen and credit card merchant account are optional.

CyberMatrix Point of Sale runs on Windows XP, 2003 server, Vista, 2008 server and Windows 7. System requirements: 512 MB RAM and 20 MB hard disk space. The server application requires at least 1 GB RAM. CyberMatrix Point of Sale CE runs on most Windows Mobile devices.

CyberMatrix Point of Sale costs $300 (US) for a single-seat license.
Multi-seat and site licenses are available. A fully functional time-limited trial edition can be obtained free of charge from cybermatrix.com.

For more information, contact:

CyberMatrix Corporation, Inc.
3104-30th Ave
#224
Vernon, B.C.   V1T 9M9
Canada
Phone: (250) 503-1009
Toll free: 1-888-664-0383 (U.S. and Canada) Toll free fax: 1-866-425-2670
http://www.cybermatrix.com

Leave a comment

seks shop - izolasyon
basic theory test book basic theory test