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This article is focused on describing what POS software is , how it works, what it is for, tips when buying. If you want to understand what POS software is, you should first get familiar with the definition of POS. POS means point of sale or point of service, which is practically any place where transactions occur, like the cashing register of a retail shop or a checkout counter. As it follows from the definition, pos terminals can be found in restaurants , hotels, bars, shops, stores, malls. POS stands for both the hardware and software which make up the whole system. It's a well known fact that computers as well as pos terminals, communicate by using some kind of a protocol - a predefined set of rules followed by all machines when exchanging information. You can visit The protocol is like the language which computers speak. There are several protocols that are typically included in the pos software to control the peripheral devices, such as POS printer , a bar-code scanner, and a creditdebit card reader. Protocols such as AEDEX, Ultimate, DSP-800, and UTC Enhanced. POS software has to meet certain standards, so that there can be compatibility between the different devices. The first standard in the POS software industry was initiated by Microsoft, NCR , Epson, and Fujitsu-ICL, under the name OPOS. OPOS is language independent because it's based on COM technology; hence people refer to it as "OLE for POS." SUN, IBM and NCR made a new standard called Jalaps. Jalaps are operating system independent, because it's entirely programmed using the JAVA language. Of course, the article wouldn't be complete if we don't mention some of the benefits of pos software. The main one is the increase of your profits. Another major benefit is the reduction of inventory costs. Or go to www.scripts-to-sell POS software will also improve customer service. Efficiency will also be maximized with as minimum as 20%, because it automates repetitive tasks. If you just consider for a minute all the places where you can find pos terminals - all the stores in the country , then you will easily see that there is a huge competition in the pos software industry, there are a lot of products available on the market. Most POS software applications are for Windows. Linux and MAC come second and although they might be more stable and reliable, choices are fairly limited as there aren芒鈧劉t that many pos programs written for UNIX machines. Therefore, you will probably get a better shot at Windows pos software and if you have the system configured correctly, Windows systems can operate for months without a problem. POS software is available for support Windows 95, 2000, or XP , although some will support XP.

Kenyan president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta (R) greets the crowd during the sworn-in ceremony in Nairobi, Kenya, on Nov. 28, 2017. Kenyan president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta took the oath of office on Tuesday, promising to prioritize unity in his second and final five-year term. (XinhuaChen Cheng)

NAIROBI, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- Kenyan president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta took the oath of office on Tuesday, promising to prioritize unity in his second and final five-year term.

Security had been heightened both inside and outside the Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi , venue of the swearing-in ceremony, with heavily armed military officers manning the place.

Kenyatta won the Oct. 26 repeat election with 7.48 million votes in 266 out of 291 constituencies where the election took place. This represents about 98.27 percent of valid votes.

When addressing the audience at the swearing-in ceremony, Kenyatta pledged to work toward uniting Kenyans who have been divided along ethnic lines, and to respect the rule of law.

The 56-year-old Kenyatta, who took the oaths of allegiance and office administered by Registrar of Judiciary Anne Amadi and witnessed by Chief Justice David Maraga, promised to build bridges by reaching out to his adversaries to develop the east African nation.

"I have begun reaching out to all leaders, across the political divide , restating my commitment and expressing my willingness to work with them, to achieve this objective of nationhood," Kenyatta said.

Over the next five years, Kenyatta said, his government shall invest heavily in securing water towers and river ecosystems to harvest and sustainably exploit the potential of the water resources.

"We shall take steps to address idle arable land ownership and utilization. We shall take steps to encourage and facilitate large-scale commercial agriculture to help diversify our staples. We shall redesign subsidies to the sector to ensure they target improvements in food yields and production quality," he said.

The swearing-in ceremony was punctuated by jubilation, songs and dance from the mammoth crowd.

Kenyatta's swearing-in paved way for him to start his final term in office after a tumultuous electioneering period marked by nullification of his victory in the Aug. 8 polls over irregularities as well as polarization in the country.

Both the president and his deputy , William Ruto, swore to protect and uphold the sovereignty, integrity and dignity of the people of Kenya.

"I will always truly and diligently serve the people and the Republic of Kenya in the Office of the President," Kenyatta said, and the crowd responded, "Yes sir."

Kenyatta vowed to unite the country and promote economic growth after a fractious electioneering season.

"I undertake to be the custodian of the dreams of every Kenyan and devote energy to build bridges. The elections are now firmly behind us and now we have an opportunity to build a Kenya that rewards hard work and leaves no one behind," said Kenyatta.

Dozens of foreign leaders , diplomats and local dignitaries attended the ceremony.

Kenyatta spelt out a new vision for the country anchored on national co.

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