Cash register is machine that records customer transactions.Cash registers range from manual ones, which simply display amounts charged for items, tax and total, to fully functioning computers and networked point-of-sale systems with a host of features.

Also known as POS systems, Point-of-Sale systems

General Use: Cash registers are used to record, total, accept payment and make change for customer transactions.

Cash registers range from manual ones, which simply display amounts charged for items, tax and total, to fully functioning computers and networked point-of-sale systems with a host of features.

-see also:
"Cash register" is in the UNSPSC Code "44101806"
Cash register ribbons

"Cash register" is in the NAICS Code "423420"
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Ref: 122350/2006-09-19


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