The previous use case, Commercial Example, showed how to use the POS from a sales representative or sales team perspective. This use case, intended for in-store retail use, will show how to carry out direct sales, cash till operations, product returns and in-store promotions.
This example describes the performance of a store in our hypothetical sporting goods company, NIXIP.
The POS will be identical to the one created for the past example.
2 POS Interface Interaction
2.1 Direct Sale
2.1.1 Receipt in the Central System
Results in the system appear as below:
2.2 Cash Count
To perform cash count or balancing, the "Audit" option must be selected from the main menu, as seen below:
The cash till will also have to be closed to perform this operation. It should be closed with the same amount as opening, as seen in the Closure video.
2.2.1 Correct Verification
Users must enter the cash and card values of all the purchases performed since opening. If the device is connected to the network, it will be able to verify the inputted values and match them with the theoretical values (balancing / cash count).
Once the Verify button has been pressed, the system checks if both values match, and displays a window with the final result.
In this case, the values entered are correct, so the system will display a "Correct Cashaudit" message.
2.2.2 Incorrect Cash Count
Below are some examples of incorrect cash count / balancing.