New Haven Cash Register Company Offers Free POS Consultations


To help start-up and existing Connecticut restaurant owners better manage their critical sales, inventory, credit card, and gift card operations, New Haven Cash Register Company, a leading provider of innovative, cost-effective, point-of-sale systems for the restaurant and retail industries, is offering a free, no-obligation consultation and assessment for a limited time.

“Many restaurant owners are aware of the operational efficiencies and productivity gains achievable from a point-of-sale solution but don’t have the time to really determine how their business can specifically benefit from its use,” says Arthur Rosenbaum, president of New Haven Cash Register Company. “Our free consultation and assessment program has been designed to provide this type of valuable insight and specifically state how a new POS solution could reduce errors, increase productivity and generate additional income.”

New Haven Cash Register Company employs foodservice and technical professionals with a vast amount of industry-specific knowledge. The Company has supported Connecticut’s restaurant industry for more than 60 years with expertise not readily found elsewhere.

As one of the original members of the Retail Solutions Providers Association (RSPA), the industry group representing cash register and point-of-sale resellers and vendors, New Haven Cash Register is certified by RSPA for meeting its highest standards and trained on PCI-DSS standards for understanding credit card security implementation and regulations as set forth by the credit card industry council.

Connecticut restaurant owners can contact New Haven Cash Register president Arthur Rosenbaum directly at 203-287-2977 to schedule their free consultation and receive valuable information and techniques on effectively monitoring inventory, managing sales and staff, credit and gift cards, and customer loyalty programs.

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