The Evolution of PoS

It was back in the 1970s when the first CPU-powered cash register sale systems were introduced. These allowed disparate sales registers to interconnect and thereby facilitate more central management of unit sales, pricing and tax information.

This leap from traditional stand-alone registers meant that businesses were able to tap in to new ways of commerce. The 1980s saw the arrival of touchscreen technology, allowing faster order processing. With the advent of Windows based operating systems, point of sale software now brings business owners powerful solutions, that go far beyond initial limitations. With modern-day mobile technology, internet maturity and constant developments in the ICT sector, point of sale has grown from the static cash register devices to easy-to-use, feature rich business management tools, that offer both front and back office functions.

Our progressive approach - and constant investment in R&D - means our products are at the forefront of technological developments.