Introducing the StorePoint ST512 Rugged Tablet. It is ideally for retail point of sale an, restaurant point of sale and Tablet POS. With optional bar code scanner, station, hand strap, shoulder strap and hand string. With the amazing battery with 13000mHA/3.7V, the ST512 StorePoint Rugged tablet is one of the best in the South African retail pos and restaurant pos market. With 8hrs (default 50% volumen，default 200 lumens brightness，play 1080P HD video).
1. 12.2 inch windows 10 pro, IOT, rugged tablet
2. RAM/ROM 4GB/64GB
3. 4G LTE/WIFI/GPS/BT
4. Support docking station, handstrap, should strap, hand string for rugged tablet
onPoint Retail point of sale has now partnered with Snapscan, one of South Africa’s leading POS payment solutions. A SnapCode is a QR code (a square barcode) that is linked to a merchantSnapScan account. Customers use the SnapScan application to scan the code and then enter payment details (amount and PIN) to facilitate a payment to the merchant.
OnPoint Retail will make your retail experience less painful and will streamline point of sale transactions with technology, making transactions easy and quick. Switch to Onpoint Retail POS Software today and enhance your customer experience.
The DuraScan D750 is a pro-level barcode scanner. It scans both 1 and 2 dimensional bar codes while displaying exceptional scanning abilities: scanning several barcodes at once, providing data editing capabilities, scanning fine pitch barcodes and imperfect barcodes, while providing omni-directional scanning. Made with a highly durable, IP54-rated outer casing, including antimicrobial material, the D750 was built for industrial needs and conditions.
The LED-based aimer works clearly in both indoor and outdoor settings while the motion tolerance provides faster scans, as well as extendedscanning range. Befitting the needs of customer-facing applications, the D750’s abilities make it an excellent scanning companion in most any situation.
Class 1 Bluetooth, version 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rates) with 56-bit data encryption
Up to 100 m (330 ft.) depending on environment, range limit is usually due to the Host Device (phone, tablet or notebook)
Basic Mode – Human Interface Device (HID)* *By default, the scanner is set to Basic Mode (HID).
Application Mode – Serial Port Profile (SPP) and Application Mode – MFi-SPP. Some Operating Systems or smartphone/tablet models may support only one profile.
Supported Barcode Symbologies:
1D Symbologies: EAN/UPC, GS1 Databar (limited expanded & omni-directional), Code 39, Code 128, UCC/EAN 128, ISBN,ISBT, Interleaved/Matrix/Industrial and Standard 2 of 5, Codabar, Code 93/93i, Code 11, MSI, Plessey,Telepen, postal codes (Australian Post, BPO, Canada Post, Dutch Post, Japan Post, PostNet, Sweden Post)
2D Symbologies: Data Matrix, PDF417, Micro PDF 417, Codablock, Maxicode, QR, Aztec, HAN XIN
Compared to a traditionally integrated point-of-sale, which can cost tens of thousands in upfront fees for equipment and setup, a tablet POS system relies on standard computing equipment, such as an iPad or Android tablet or Windows tablet. In addition to the cost of the equipment, traditional POS systems typically charge a software license per register and then a yearly maintenance fee on top of that. In some cases, you have to pay for upgrades on top of it. That doesn’t include support or training, which can be as much as R 3000 per day. The problem with this model is that if you’re unhappy with your purchase after a few months, you’re out the full cost upfront. The new tablet systems operate on a SaaS (software-as-a-service) model, which means that you often pay nothing up front and then pay a small fee each month for the use of the software. It is common to pay as little as R 800 per month to get started. Also, if you don’t like what you signed up for, you can usually cancel at any time. So it put pressure on the POS software vendor to up their service.
Ability to manage your business on the go
If you don’t want to sit in your office every evening scrubbing the daily sales records, you won’t have to. With many tablet POS solutions, you can see sales, inventory, and customer analytics in real time from any mobile device. Such tools provide greater flexibility and transparency, helping you to streamline your business so that you can feel confident that everything is under control when you step away from your store. Imagine knowing who your best customers are even when you are not present. In addition you can do stock takes with a tablet and input the data life. No need for expensive scanners to input data. With managements apps one could know what is happening in the store without being there.
Free Instant upgrades, back up and support
Since the software of tablet POS providers is based in the cloud, new features, as well as security upgrades, are pushed through to your system instantly. There is no need to hire a consultant or have anyone come to your store since these upgrades are done remotely without any downtime to your business. This can be a huge productivity and cost advantage over traditional systems, which often require onsite expertise and significant business downtime. Support is also given on the spot as there is no need to dial in with remote control software. All support and changes to the point of sale happen in the cloud.
With the current electricity grid in South Africa
constantly under pressure Tablet POS handles load shedding with a breeze. Not
only do you stay open for sales, but your StorePoint Tablet POS offers offline
redundancy should you have no power and your router is off. So your downtime is
limited to the minimum. In addition to this, you save cost as a tablet does not
need an uninterrupted power supply (UPS). So it means another saving. Normally
when electricity is restored after load shedding there is a chance that a power
spike might damage your equipment. One thing we have definitely experienced lately
at our support desk. With Tablet POS no damage and always open for business,
while your competition is closed or must invest in expensive low noise
generators or inverters.
Seamless Integration with Helpful Tools
While legacy systems
don’t tend to play well with others, tablet platforms easily integrate with
many third-party tools. Many of the new tablet POS systems offer seamless
integration with marketing tools such as loyalty programs, email campaigns, and
rewards, as well as critical business tools like accounting software like SageOne,
Xero Accounting, QuickBooks and payment processing like ZipZap. This allows you
to manage your entire business all from your POS. New tools are being created
for tablet POS systems every day, which means that your job will get easier and
easier over time. All of these advantages add up to an attractive business
proposition. Lower costs, higher productivity, and reduced risk are all
significant contributors to your business’s bottom line. As always, we are
available at Retail and Restaurant Business Systems to answer any questions you
may have about upgrading to a new tablet POS system. Gives us a call or
Whatsapp us on +27764293989