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  1. The point-of-sale is the most important point-of-contact between the customer and the enterprise. This involves all the economics and management of the business as a whole. An enterprise needs point-of-sale services to differentiate orders and SKUs, calculate costs incurred, and manage your inventory and to print receipts and invoices. On the customer end, point-of-sale services are important for time management, order confirmation and to receive detailed invoices. Point-of-sale services came into the picture in the late 1800s. Punch cards and coupons were the first point-of-sale tools. Then w
  2. HR leaders in an organization need to be more agile as the job demands them to be consistently experimental. Human Resource does not just stop with recruitment, staff management, rules, policies and keeping the organization well ahead in the chart of “Most Sought After Company” for job seekers. Such dynamics are old HR. Today, HR processes spread beyond this and are more of people operations. In this era, HR leaders need to assure that the employees are valued too. It starts right from recruitment, engaging the employees in the right way, retaining them and creating a healthy work culture. To
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