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  1. Come connettere le Stampanti Fiscali in Italia https://help.loyverse.com/it/help/how-connect-fiscal-printers
  2. try to ask for a discount in the chat technical support. since you are a small business, I think you will not be refused and will be given a discount for business development
    очень помогает в работе спасибо
    Клиенты довольны когда видят сумму чека, сдачу супер!!!
    Отличная программа Использую в кафе
  3. How to manage tables in Loyverse POS? It is very necessary feature !
  4. Hello! Loyverse POS has a Dining Options feature. Did you see it in the Back Office settings? Read more: https://help.loyverse.com/help/dining-options
  5. Hello! You can use any credit card processing system with Loyverse POS, without integration between them. Loyverse POS can register payments made through the card processing system, installed and operated separately. On the final stage of sale registration, Loyverse POS gives you a choice between credit card or cash payment. But it does not connect to the credit card terminal itself and does not transfer the amount of purchase to the terminal. Therefore at the card terminal, you need to enter the amount of sale manually and process the payment. Next, charge it to Loyverse POS by tapping the ‘Charge’ button. https://help.loyverse.com/help/how-work-credit-card-payments
  6. In customer relationship management (CRM), customer life cycle is a term used to describe the progression of steps a customer goes through when considering, purchasing, using, and maintaining loyalty to a product or service. Marketing analysts Jim Sterne and Matt Cutler have developed a matrix that breaks the customer life cycle into five distinct steps: reach, acquisition, conversion, retention, and loyalty. In layman's terms, this means getting a potential customer's attention, teaching them what you have to offer, turning them into a paying customer, and then keeping them as a loyal customer whose satisfaction with the product or service urges other customers to join the cycle. The customer life cycle is often depicted by an ellipse, representing the fact that customer retention truly is a cycle and the goal of effective CRM is to get the customer to move through the cycle again and again.
  7. What is the best way to properly store a cake?
  8. How to make a successful online store?
  9. Do Loyverse POS reports help analyze exactly which products have sold better?

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