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Quickbooks Point of Sale (POS)

Course Description

4 Hrs 16 Min

34 Videos

Description

QuickBooks Point of Sale helps retailers go far beyond the cash register with an easy-to use, affordable, scalable, customizable, integrated software and hardware system. It handles routine tasks so retailers can pay more attention to running their business. The solution can track inventory, sales, and customer information, giving retailers more time to think about what to stock, how to price merchandise, when to reorder, and how to serve their customers better.

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Course Syllabus

Course Syllabus

  1. Introduction to Point of Sale
  2. Creating and Setting Up Point of Sale
  3. Determine Your Point of Sale Additions
  4. Navigating and Customizing the Homepage
  5. Company Preferences
  6. Setting Up Quickbooks Connection
  7. Setting Up Sales Tax
  8. Workstation Preferences
  9. Additional Features
  10. Employee Security
  11. Customers
  12. Reward Programs
  13. Vendors
  14. Setting up Inventory
  15. Adding Styles Assemblies and Groups
  16. Working with Inventory
  17. Sales
  18. Working with Price Level and Discounts
  19. Collecting Sales Tax
  20. Adding Shipping Info
  21. Tracking Sales and Commission
  22. Taking Payments and Giving Change
  23. Recording Tips
  24. Handling Tricky Sales and Returns
  25. Working with Sales and Work Orders
  26. Purchasing Merchandise
  27. Receiving Purchase Orders
  28. Managing Inventory
  29. Reporting Point of Sales
  30. Quickbooks Financial
  31. Multi-Store
  32. Protecting Your Data
  33. Adding 3rd Party Apps
  34. Summary of Point of Sale

QuickBooks Point of Sale is a retail point of sale system suitable for various small businesses such as clothing and shoe stores, small franchises, sporting goods stores and gift shops.

It offers inventory and customer management tools, merchandise planning and a tablet-compatible POS. Cloud-based and on-premise deployments are available. QuickBooks Point of Sale provides standard point of sale features such as payment and return processing along with inventory management.

This allows users to keep track of inventory, monitor items that are close to selling out and place orders for items that need to be restocked. The system also saves customer data to help users track purchase history and buying behavior.

Users can configure price tags and receipts, set promotional prices, track layaways, manage rewards programs and ship packages using the Shipping Manager module. The POS system syncs automatically with QuickBooks accounting software. License-based pricing is offered. Support is available through an online knowledge base.

QuickBooks Point of Sale 19.0 is a robust all-in-one POS offering retailers one place to manage inventory more efficiently, accept new payment types, and stay connected with your customers. It’s built for your retail business, online and in-store with seamless ecommerce integration, contactless payments, multichannel inventory management, and a whole lot more.

QuickBooks POS software comes in three feature packed editions: Basic, Pro, and Multi-Store. Each edition does allow you to transfer sales data to QuickBooks Financial software (sold separately), track customers, ring sales, and update your inventory. For more advanced inventory management features such as pictures of inventory items or auto-generated PO’s, you’ll need Pro or Multi-Store.

QuickBooks Point of Sale is made for retailers who need in-store and online support. Take advantage of easy ecommerce integration, contactless payments, and inventory management.

Tracking and product management needs efficient setup to streamline accounting and provide you with tools to make the best decisions for your small business.  MISSION has extensive experience with QuickBooks Point of Sale as well as other POS solutions.

The QuickBooks Point of Sale (POS) training course will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to work with the QuickBooks Point of Sale (POS), which combines customisable integrated software and hardware into a system that goes far beyond the simple cash register.

This QuickBooks Point of Sale (POS) training course will enable you to track inventory, sales and customer information which results in more time to consider other aspects of the business and how to better serve the organisation’s customers.

QuickBooks POS Benefits

The right POS solution offers many benefits:

  1. Real time inventory reporting
  2. Sales, returns and other customer data
  3. Marketing data
  4. Automatic, custom daily reports for better decision-making
  5. Happy customers and shorter lines

What you will learn:

  1. Installing the system
  2. Company preferences
  3. Workstation preferences
  4. Employees and security
  5. Working with inventory
  6. Sales tax

$159.99

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