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EPOS

electronic point of sale

EPOS

(Electronic Point Of Sale) See point of sale.
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The Premiership football club is one of the first in the country to snap up Cybertill, a high tech EPoS (electronic point of sales) system capable of running a company's tills and web-based e-commerce systems by remote control.
Without this testing process, it would have been tough to narrow the field of shop floor packages to Epos, which won raves from users for its ease-of-use.
Epos Direct is one of the most sought-after providers of a variety of comprehensive combined Epos solutions across the globe.
The face value of the shares will be equal to the total paid in capital for EPOS at closing, currently estimated at USD 1.5m, and is subject to audit.
The firm, based in Brighouse, has invested the sum to provide SMEs across Yorkshire with access to EPOS hardware and software solutions as part of its growing product portfolio.
After being issued with EPOs, most residents in the privately-owned homes left, but four people challenged the evacuation order, although the decision was upheld unanimously by a Residential Property Tribunal (RPT) inCardifflast May.
When implemented, the Taxation Act would encourage the use of fiscal electronic devices at points of sale of commercial and distribution outlets, and thus qualify Ghana to use EPOS to regulate purchases and enable the GRA ascertain the quantum of VAT paid on a daily basis.
The new EPOs will complement the work of the council's environmental enforcement team, who are tasked with tracing and fining flytippers.
Great Neck-based EPOS Development has filed plans to build a 20-story hotel in Murray Hill.
With regards to the retail business the company has so far focused largely on tier 1 cities and is now looking at taking its ePoS solutions to tier II and III cities in India as part of its renewed retail business strategy in India.
A statement said a special team led by Deputy Director Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Muhammad Hanif sealed the marble factories located at Warsak Road, Peshawar for not following the environmental protection orders (EPOs), as no proper system for treatment of effluents was found at their premises.