Point of Sale (POS) and Stock

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What is a POS?
A point of sale is where a transaction takes place
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Give the first stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control
1) A customer takes a product to the POS system, and the barcode is scanned.
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Give the Second stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control
2) When the barcode is scanned, it looks up the price
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Give the third stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control
3) Deducts one from the stock level
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Give the fourth stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control
4) Compares the number in stock with the reorder level
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Give the fifth stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control
5) Automatically orders more stock when reaches reorder level
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Give the sixth stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control
6) Updates stock totals when new stock arrives
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Give the first stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control

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1) A customer takes a product to the POS system, and the barcode is scanned.

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Give the Second stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control

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Give the third stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control

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Give the fourth stage of how a POS is used in supermarkets for automatic stock control

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