Convenience Store

Point of Sale

Use AHTPOS Retail in your convenience store to checkout customers efficiently, manage vendors, and automate purchasing

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This system will help you increase your profits and maintain a tighter control on your inventory and employees. A point of sale system is an easy way to improve your c-store’s profits.

One of the most important part of a point of sale system at a convenience store is speed and fast customer throughput. Customer want to come in and go out without waiting on lines. The less time they have to wait the more likely they will make a purchase.


Watching your sales, costs, and inventory will help you fine tune your business model. A business owners knowledge of how items sell during different periods will let owner take advantage of this knowledge and increase profits.

Inventory Maintenance

One of the most essential parts of any point of sale system for a business owner is knowledge of your inventory. This system will help you make sure you always have items in stock and it will make reordering simple. It lets you add items using a barcode and retain its cost, price, amount in stock, department, and the vendor you purchase it from. Plus much more.

Purchase Order

Reordering low inventory is quick and easy to do. Each inventory item can be assigned a vendor, a reorder level, and a reorder quantity. Then generate a purchase order by vendor or just add all the items that have fallen below the reorder level.

A computerized c-store cash register will improve your efficiency and increase your profits. This system is supercharged by Cash Register Express the Point of Sale program trusted by thousands of stores. It is computer based and operates on machines running Windows.

Credit Card Processing

Fast checkout with credit cards is now a reality using an internet connections. No more extra boxes, this system will let you set up everything directly through your point of sale station. Processing a credit card will take a mere 3 to 5 seconds. The IntlPOS Convenience package will also work with a standalone credit card box but for convenience reasons internet credit card processing is recommended.

Convenience Store POS Software

Common Features

In addition to the core accounting functions, gas station and convenience store operators should evaluate the following functions to meet their unique requirements:

Pool margin calculation

Gas stations need to calculate the pool margin and track costs and profitability of fuel sales. This process needs current tank levels, current pool margin, current inventory price, and new delivery amount and price. It is updated with every delivery for each type of fuel sold.

Spoilage reporting

Convenience stores sell perishable goods; the “sell by” dates must be tracked, expired inventory must be collected and disposed of and the process properly documented.

Gasoline price calculation

Gas prices fluctuate frequently; the system must make certain the prices are correctly calculated and are within legal specifications.

UPC code catalog

Convenience stores carry small amounts of many items. Building an inventory from scratch could take weeks; a convenience store inventory software system must include a UPC code catalog with descriptions for common items to save time in building the inventory.

Bottle deposit tracking

Eleven states have beverage bottle restrictions; 22 have plans under consideration. The system needs to track deposits and bottle sales, and produce compliance reports.

Safe drops

The POS system must track safe drops. It must record drop amounts and compliance with drop policies by store employees. It should also track cash-in-drawer amounts and notify employees when cash drops are necessary.

House account tracking

Many gas station chains, large and small, provide services to corporate fleets. These are usually handled by house accounts, which need to be tracked separately and reported to the central office.

Employee auditing

Inventory shrinkage is a problem for convenience stores. An accurate and up-to-date employee audit, done frequently, is one tool to help curb the problem.

Compliance reporting

Gas stations are subject compliance reporting. The same requirement applies to a lesser degree to convenience stores. The software should prepare all compliance reports.

Security system integration

Both convenience stores and gas stations benefit from integration between the POS system and security systems, linking security recordings with transaction records.


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