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Choosing the wrong POS company is one of the costliest mistakes a business can make inline with selecting the wrong location. Read The POS Buyer’s Guide now and avoid a costly mistake.
The current POS industry is in many ways reminiscent of the  the early times of the automobile when over 1,800 automobile manufacturers exited just in the United States up to the 1930’s. Notably of those exiting today including the three major ones (General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler),  a very few survived and even fewer were started after that period. It took actually almost a century for an innovative manufacturer such as Tesla Motors to not only introduce a sustainable new concept but also alter the purchase and service channels. To the displeasure of the car companies, Tesla has altered the buying process by eliminating the dealership/the salespeople and the warranty process which is typically 4 years/50,000 miles instead of the industry’s norm of 3 years/36,000 miles.
In today’s market, there are as many entities claiming to be POS companies as there were automobile manufacturers by the 1930’s. There are typically two types of companies in the industry. The first are large companies who rely on a network of individual re-sellers  to push their products and the secoSintel-Systems-Hardware-Model-5i-www.SintelSystems.comnd are small operations which procure the various parts of the POS from different sources. The latter is destined to go the way of the small computers makers that dotted our neighborhoods in the 1990’s until Dell Computers revolutionized and greatly improved the computer buying process.  What the two types have in common is the fragmentation and disconnect between the parties of the POS. In the reseller reliant model, there is very little real connection between the heart of the POS company and the reseller. The same is true for the small operation which deals with four to five different entities.  What these two models also have in common is “here today, gone tomorrow.” Once the reseller or small operation decides to pursue another line of work, the POS customer is left to fend for bthemselves. Two way to quickly decipher a POS company’s structure is 1) buy using the POS Buyer’s Guide and 2) looking for “partners” they use which refers to use of third parties for hardware, software, gift/loyalty cards, and merchant account services. The only partnership in a POS relationship should be between the POS-client and POS-company. Extra parties in this relationship are not healthy.
There is a third and extremely rare type of POS purveyor which has and continues to revolutionize the POS industry. Sintel Systems is Direct & One-Stop offering from a single source of responsibility and components of POS:
Sintel-Systems-Buyer's-Guide1. Top-Grade Hardware
2. Professional & Enterprise Software
3. All-inclusive POSupport
4. Rapid Replacement Warranty
5. Global Gift/Loyalty Network
6. Embedded Merchant Account Processing
Who do I call for help with my POS hardware? Sintel Systems Support Line
Who do I call for help with Software? Sintel Systems Support Line
Who do I call for Technical Support? Sintel Systems Support Line
Who do I call for Warranty Needs? Sintel Systems Support Line
Who do I call with needs for merchant account? Sintel Systems Support Line
Who do I call for the gift/loyalty network? Sintel Systems Support Line
Sintel Systems is the only direct and one-stop International Point of Sale company across restaurant and service industries, including frozen yogurt shops, pizzerias, and cafés.
Sintel Systems is here to help your business grow. As a single source for business solutions, our experienced, knowledgeable team negotiates the complex POS landscape for you to enable you to find the right POS system for your business and budget .HardwareSoftwareSupport
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