BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Coffee Shop POS refers to point of sale (POS) software that runs on computers, usually touch screen displays. Coffee Shop POS systems assist businesses to track transactions in real time. Typical Coffee Shop POS software is able to create and print guest checks, print orders to kitchens and bars for preparation, process credit cards and other payment cards, and run reports. In addition, some systems implement wireless pagers and electronic signature capture devices. The point of sale is often more specific than the general building or store where something is sold, typically indicating the piece of technology which is used to finalize the transaction. In many cases, this is a standard cash register at the front of the store; in some cases, such as at a Coffee Shop, the point of sale can be an electronic system which is used by the staff for multiple purposes, in this case including ringing up orders as well as generating the receipt and finalizing the purchase. Point of sale software created especially for Coffee Shops may be designed with a different user interface from other types of software because the number of items that a Coffee Shop sells may be many times smaller than the number of items a retail store sells. Coffee Shop point of sale software must also be flexible enough to account for sales in which multiple payers provide payment, as in the case of split checks, while still crediting all of the payments from all of the payers to the same server.
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