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Making security a priority with Till Scan

Till Scan If you wish to track what's happening on your premises when you're not there, linking till scan on your cash register and to your CCTV system could be the answer.

Sims Automatics, a leading provider of cash registers and EPOS systems, is shedding light on the importance of till scan technology in detecting and preventing cashier theft.

With till scan technology, recorded transactions can provide both the owner and the employee with proof of how a sale was handled. The system's ability to monitor employee actions has been proven to reduce the likelihood of cashier theft, where employees pocket cash or give out unauthorized discounts.

By connecting the cash register to a CCTV system, businesses can take advantage of a permanent link between video footage of the transaction and the sales receipt. The technology allows for a copy of the sales receipt to be superimposed on the camera image, providing an undeniable visual record of each transaction.

"Till scan technology is an essential tool for any business that wants to protect themselves against theft and fraud," said a spokesperson for Sims Automatics. "Our cutting-edge systems are designed to provide peace of mind to business owners and managers, by ensuring that all transactions are recorded accurately and can be easily monitored."

Sims Automatics offers a wide range of cash registers and EPOS systems that can be customized to meet the specific needs of each business. The company's expert team can tailor each system to include till scan technology, as well as other security features such as customisable reports, delivery and installation, and staff training.

Business owners who are interested in learning more about the benefits of till scan technology and how it can help protect their business are encouraged to contact Sims Automatics today. With years of experience and a proven track record of delivering high-quality products and services, Sims Automatics is the trusted choice for businesses across Scotland.