As the pandemic continues, businesses are either working overtime or are being forced to close in some states because they are non-essential, Others meanwhile, are running on skeleton crews. As some of these states announce plans to gradually re-open doors, businesses are evaluating how to maximize profits and assist customers.
Picking up by the curb is not a novel concept. Many smaller businesses, however, are attempting to adopt this model without actually having the resources and supporting structures. For example, they may not be able to take online orders and must instead rely on phone orders. The challenge is ensuring the customer is providing the correct SKU. They’ll want to ask if the item is in stock, making the process more complicated.
In these scenarios, it’s vital to consider what approach to take for order taking. How will you be able to address questions regarding inventory? Do you have a POS system keeping track of all this information? Furthermore, how will customers make payments? Will you take numbers over the phone or will you allow a contact-less approach?
A POS system is a highly versatile tool worth considering.
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