Wireless Handheld Scanner Makes Scanning Items into GiftLogic a Snap
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Englewood, FL (PRWEB) December 29, 2013
Retailers using GiftLogic Point of Sale software now have another way to input items into inventory or gift registries: The CipherLab 8000-c handheld wireless scanner.
According to a spokesperson from GiftLogic, "This wireless handheld scanner allows users to easily add items to the software. Whether they're receiving a shipment, conducting a physical inventory, working the cash register, or helping customers set up a gift registry, this handheld scanner makes item entry a simple matter of pointing the scanner and pushing a button."
"The CipherLab 8000-c wireless scanner arrives preprogrammed for use with GiftLogic," the spokesperson explained. "And GiftLogic is already set up to work with it. Our customers do not need to buy additional software in order to use this scanner to scan items into inventory."
The wireless scanner runs on two AAA batteries and retains data for 30 days. The scanner also comes with a USB cradle; making data uploads a simple process. "Most users initiate a process such as inventory or gift registry, scan the items, and then immediately upload the data to GiftLogic," said the spokesperson. "However, if they want to wait a few days before doing so, they can."
According to the spokesperson, the handheld scanner is a mini computer. It comes with two megabytes of on-board flash memory, an easy-to-read LCD display, and a user-friendly interface. "Retailers can feel confident handing the wireless scanner off to customers and setting them loose in the store to create a gift registry," said the spokesperson. "It's that easy to use."
The scanner is also rugged and designed to survive a four-foot drop. "With inventory season around the corner, retailers will be busy," the spokesperson said. "This scanner offers the portability, ease-of-use, and peace of mind retailers need this time of year."
GiftLogic Point of Sale software is designed for merchants operating small brick and mortar stores. It is a robust cash register and point of sale management system with many of the same features more commonly found in chains and big box stores. Optional features such as gift registries, layaway, QuickBooks integration, and gift certificates are available. This allows merchants to start with the essential features and build a complete POS system that best meets their needs as their needs and goals change.
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