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POS

POS

On drawings, abbr. for “positive.”

POS

(1) See point of sale and packet over SONET.

(2) "Parent over shoulder." See digispeak.

(3) (Place Of Service) See healthcare IT.
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Moneris prides itself in spotting new industry trends so that our customers can stay ahead of the curve and we believe touch screen retail POS is a technology whose time has come," said Larry Wine, president of Moneris Solutions U.
When a consumer uses a debit card at an ATM or POS terminal, the EFT network provides the actual link between the financial institution where the consumer's funds are deposited and the terminal where the transaction is taking place.
94 billion PIN POS transactions were conducted in the U.
Table 1: Global POS Terminals Market (2007): Percentage
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For POS Issuers, the new access fee per transaction will be based on monthly transaction volume, and range from $.
Using both methods has a major effect on transaction volume: Those who use both PIN and signature debit account for 75 percent of all debit POS transactions made.
POS ONE is a major USPS initiative to replace existing postal software systems with a best-in-class retail POS postal software solution.
Looking ahead, our research indicates that every segment of the retail industry will increase its POS purchases in 2005 over 2004 as retailers upgrade to more reliable and easier to use systems.
What is really interesting is that China's retailers are just beginning to adopt POS technology," said Buzek.
The BlueCat Linux POS provides an implementation of the Linux model enhanced and scalable across a variety of POS system platforms, configurations and retailer environments to meet customer needs, from small console-based systems to larger, feature-rich and browser-capable systems.