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SAP POS, a, client/server point-of-sale (POS) solution, has long defined the standard of excellence in the POS industry. SAP POS meets the needs of a wide variety of retailers. Retail Customers include department, c-store, liquor, gas, specialty, apparel, big box, and a number of other retail verticals. Additionally, the solution is offered with powerful back-office applications, for in-depth, store-level management and reporting. SAP POS consists of a store server with cash register terminals or other devices,
With SAP POS, you can benefit from:
Run SAP for Retail - Best Practices for Solution Operation Operations
SAP Best Practices for Retail - SAP POS related end-to-end scenarios
SAP Best Practices offerings include accelerators for key industry and cross-industry processes to get a system up and running quickly. This includes Pre-configuration, documentation, sample master data, activation methodology and tools.
SAP Best Practices can be used for prototyping / proof of concept, for a quick setup of a reference system for blueprinting and solution scope definition, and as a starting point for an implementation.
The extensive documentation is also very valuable for self-study and project team training.
The following SAP POS-related end-to-end scenarios are available as SAP Best Practices for Retail (under Business Information -> Preconfigured Scenarios -> Store & MultiChannel):
Selected Articles & Blogs
Check the SAP POS V2.3 - Product Reference Page for additional information on the latest POS release! Click here