QuickBooks POS (Point of Sale) Certificate

QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor - QuickBooks Point of Sale CertificationI’m honored to have just earned my POS (Point of Sale) Certification from Intuit. QB POS (Point of Sale) is QuickBooks cash register software, with enhanced inventory management.

As a accountant, I am excited to continue my strong relationship with Intuit in the QuickBooks ProAdvisor program. For you, my new certification means I’ve achieved a level of competence recognized by Intuit that demonstrates my knowledge of Intuit's Point of Sale. With this knowledge, I will be able to help you assess whether Point of Sale software and hardware will better meet your business needs, and provide you with productivity-boosting training filled with all the tips I’ve just learned.

For QuickBooks, I receive diamond level access to tech support. That dies with Point of Sale. I get the same support that you get, and it sucks. Luckily, I'm great at researching hard problems, so I've been able to solve all the questions I've gotten so far. And I've made an alliance with a very high level POS provider so that if someone asks me to do a job that is outside my current skill set, I can refer them to his company.

If you’re interested in finding out more about whether Intuit's POS can better serve your business’s needs or anything about QuickBooks Online, then please reach out and give me a call.


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  2. Point of Sale uses margin & markup to track the distance between what you paid and what you charge. If your product costs $10, and you sell it for $20, then your margin is 50%, and your markup is 100%. Thanks.