point of sale

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الإنجليزية - التركية
satış çekidi
satış noktası
point of sales
(Bilgisayar) satış noktası
point of sales
(Ticaret) satış noktaları
point of sales
(Bilgisayar) terminal satış uçbirimi
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{k} position, positive, possessive
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
In an establishment that sells goods or services, the location at which payment for goods is made
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Point of sale is used to describe things which occur or are located or used at the place where you buy something. The abbreviation POS is also used. point-of-sale advertising. the place or shop where a product is sold
The location of a merchant where the customer makes a purchase
The simultaneous recording of a customer sale and its effect on inventory levels, typically done in a retail environment using automatic data collection systems Real-time point of sales data is sometimes used to automatically trigger replenishment orders as required, and can be used in sales analysis to review end-customer rather than distributor sales patterns
The specific area where a product (i e , tree, log) becomes the property of the buyer
A location where credit card transactions are performed with the cardholder present, such as a retail store The card is read magnetically, and the cardholder's signature is obtained as insurance against the transaction This is the most secure form of credit card commerce
(Ticaret) (POS) The simultaneous recording of a customer sale and its effect on inventory levels, typically done in a retail environment using automatic data collection systems. Real-time point of sales data is sometimes used to automatically trigger replenishment orders as required, and can be used in sales analysis to review end-customer rather than distributor sales patterns
In the brick-and-mortar business, this is the point at which a product is paid for Merchant Sales are conducted by credit card-swipe terminals On the Internet, this is the software that enables the merchant to accept transactions on their online store
Location in a merchant establishment at which the sale is consummated by payment for goods or services received
The place and time at which a transaction occurs Point of Sale (POS) also refers to the devices or software used to capture transactions
A system in which actual sales transactions in a retail store are recorded by terminals connected to a central computer
At the point in time and/or location where a consumer pays for a product
actual location where the client makes the purchase; computer application which facilitates sales transactions and often helps track inventory
An increasingly popular way for consumers to avoid ATM surcharges is to get cash returned from their online debit card via a cash return at the point of sale -- such as a grocery store
POS Includes activation of phone; subscriber information such as name, address, social security number and driver's license number; the phone information; credit report and the customer's plan
The point of sale is the place in a shop where a product is passed from the seller to the customer. The abbreviation POS is also used
The point at which a product is purchased and delivered
Also POS A computer application that enables the seller to collect product identification information at the time of sale
The place where the purchase is made at the checkstand or scanning terminals in a retail store The acronym POS frequently is used to describe the sales data generated at the checkout scanners
The location where the transaction takes place is the point of sale
A software, which enables the seller of a product to gather product information at the time of the sale, usually including the price Bar codes are often used in this process
merchandising display material provided by publishers to bookshops in order to promote particular titles
POS is the term used to describe the handling site for buying and selling transactions in dealings in goods and services POS also represents cashless and voucher-less payments at electronic cashpoints, using the EC card or bank customer card In the context of electronic cash, these payments are guaranteed if the PIN is used A guarantee does not apply if the PIN is not entered In such cases, the cardholder authorises a direct debiting mandate with his signature on the cash voucher The resultant debit advice can be returned unpaid
Refers to bar code related retail applications occurring at the point of sale
of or relating to or being the location where something is purchased
Terminals that allow you to pay for retail purchases with your debit card
The place in the store where a sale is completed, i e , the cash register, where merchandise is picked up However, the acronym POS frequently is used to describe the sales data generated at the checkout scanners Also referred to as Point-of-Purchase
A method by which consumers can pay for purchases by having their deposit accounts debited electronically without the use of checks
The point where a customer purchases a product(s) within a retail store This purchase is typically facilitated by a "check-out" lane or counter where bar code scanning equipment is located
A facility, such as a web form, for the merchant to enter a new customer order in ClearCommerce It is used by a merchant on behalf of the customer, who may initiate the order in person, by phone, fax, or other method
Credit cards, debit cards and checks are processed in the traditional way where the merchant swipes the card in the terminal and the terminal completes the rest of the transaction
The device that is the first point in a financial transaction POS devices have evolved from manual-key registers to electronic systems and magnetic stripe readers, including electronic funds transfer capabilities
A debit entry initiated at an electronic terminal as defined in Regulation E of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System to effect a transfer of funds from a consumer account of the Receiver to pay an obligation incurred at a point-of-sale transaction, or to effect a point-of-sale terminal cash withdrawal
(or Point of Service) Location where a customer makes a purchase
Publisher and wholesaler in-store marketing activity
In insurance, literally, when the agent is making a presentation to a prospect Also refers to sales aids, such as visuals, charts and proposals used by an agent in an interview
point of sale

    التركية النطق

    poynt ıv seyl

    النطق

    /ˈpoint əv ˈsāl/ /ˈpɔɪnt əv ˈseɪl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'point ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English, partly from Old French, puncture, small spot, point in time or space, from Latin punctum, from neuter of punctus, pp. of pungere to prick; partly from Old French pointe sharp end, from Vulgar Latin puncta, from Latin, feminine of punctus,.

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