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keep all the information of their customer in protect. When it comes to workplace, here’s some considering about privacy which are; social media policies, surveillance of employees, and maintain secure and confidential company information. Alliance Supermarket would like to keeptheir customers information for a thank you note or a special gift when the birthday comes. And all this information must in keep in private and protect.No matter what the retail business sells, a point-of-sale (POS) system to take and record transactions. And having the right POS system in place can have a huge impact on the business such as; track inventory and alert the business owner to shrinkage issues, help a business run the store promotions, speed up checkouts and cut down on pricing errors, and free up staff to focus on customers service responsibilities. POS system can track inventory, stock levels and purchase orders, can process purchase orders, discount/coupons, layaways and rentals, offers seamless integration with QuickBooks POS software, includes touch screens that can be programmed to present messages and other promotions. POS system is essential for operating a business and canhave implications on the customer experience and brand. Alliance Supermarket needs to adhere to ethical and privacy considerations to gather information based off the purchased items using the POS system. ReferencesVonderembse, M. A., & White, G. P. (2013). Operations management[Electronic version].
ALLIANCE SUPERMARKET AND POINT-OF-SALE (POS) SYSTEMS7Retrieved from Reschke-Schug, D. (2013). Point-of-sale care: What retailers can do to prolong the life of them POS system. (RETAIL OPERATIONS). Retrieved from: ?vid=6&sid=8ab43c4f-511a-4a76-8321-ee31c1ec9113%40pdc-v-sessmgr01Williams, B., Waller, M. (2011) Journal of Business Logistics. Top-Down Versus Bottom-Up Demand Forecasts: The Value of Shared Point-of-Sale Data in the Retail Supply Chain.Retrieved from: -library.ashford.edu/eds/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=1&sid=39f6e8b7-9cc0-429c-a009-d9f25666e587%40sessionmgr4006Garrido-Morgado, A., Gonzalez-Benito, O. (2015). In BRQ Business Research Quarterly.Article: Merchandising at the point of sale: differential effect of end of aisle and islands.Retrieved from: -library.ashford.edu/eds/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=1&sid=09db0890-87d9-41fe-bb37-0fafe1501ca5%40sessionmgr102

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