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POS System Test
retail point of sale
system typically includes a cash register. And a cash
cash drawer, receipt printer
display and a barcode scanner
debit/credit card reader
drawer or tray that a retailer would
use to store his money is called
NOT the part of procedure for handling cash in POS System
collection process, press the subtotal key to display the
amount of goods subtotal.
scanner to scan the bar code information of the item.
final sales confirmation, press the total key to collect the
best to count the change in the following manner:
bills to pennies
From quarters (.25) to pennies (.01) then count the bills
from dollars ($1) to twenties ($20).
end of the day, the cash drawer needs to be closed. To close the
Click “Close Drawer” link in the POS left menu.
cash float is
balance of change that the cash drawer
starts with each day.
Balancing a cash register
usually takes place:
end of the day
end of a cashier's shift.
Frequent discrepancies in the cash balancing procedure could be
a sign of:
indicate further training is required for a particular
commonly overlooked POS security feature is:
Disclosing security code
limiting access to certain features to specific employees.
new employee is being trained on the POS with unfettered access
to the entire system, their lack of knowledge could lead to
accidental data changes
gradation of system