turnaround document


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turnaround document

[′tərn·ə‚rau̇nd ‚däk·yə·mənt]
(computer science)
A document, such as a punch card, that is produced by a computer, can be read by humans, and can be reread into the machine.

turnaround document

A paper document prepared for re-entry into the computer system. Paper documents are printed with OCR fonts for scanning. Invoices and inventory stock cards are examples. Years ago, punch cards were commonly used for turnaround documents.
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My thought would be to simply print out a turnaround document at the end of your register tape and ask the customer to fill it out and leave it with the cashier or the courtesy booth, or to go online and complete the information there.
Many of the institutions that have successful implementations use a turnaround document.
ONSITE3's eView software offers some additional features designed to make quick turnaround document review easier than other software platforms available in the market today.