Category: Blog

Happy New Year 2018!

We wish to thank our valued customers for another successful year, and look forward to continued success and prosperity in the year 2018. Happy New Year from the team at Tri-City Retail Systems!

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PO Landed Cost and PO Discounts

Landed cost is now an option in MyPOS.  Enabling landed cost  in company options will allow you to roll up shipping, brokerage, additional fees and even discounts into the cost of the products you receive. To add fees, shipping or other fees to Purchase

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Interactive Reports

Introducing our new Interactive Reports module in the latest release of MyPOS. Instantly group, filter, expand, collapse, sum, average, count, export, sort (and more!) your data to help you better understand your store.  Create new reports or modify existing reports and create

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Happy Birthday!

June 1st, 2017 marks our 21st birthday!  Many thanks to our valued customers for believing in us!  We could not have done it without you!!  

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File Vault

The File Vault is used to store and distribute files to all tills in your system. To access the File Vault: Upload a file to the File Vault: Click the “Upload File” button. Locate the file you wish to upload.

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Advanced PO Import

Import multiple purchase orders for multiple stores in one easy step. Clicking this will prompt to select a spreadsheet to import. Once import is complete, the purchase orders will be available to be processed at the store(s). Available fields to import

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How to change your password in MyPOS

Now there are two ways to change your password in MyPOS – from the back office (Users) or from the till.  Most of you are familiar with changing passwords in the Back Office – here’s how to change passwords from the

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Transaction Screen Swap

This feature allows you to swap the transaction screen as to accommodate a larger list of line items. To set this feature:   Example of transaction screen right: Example of transaction screen left:

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