Is your business looking to upgrade your till system to a more efficient and accurate way of tracking transactions?
EPOS could be the solution for you.
WHAT IS EPOS?
Electronic Point Of Sale refers to the process of selling retail goods through a computer terminal that tracks data more thoroughly than a standard cash register. It allows for up sales on the spot, makes stock management easier, highly accurate and speeds up transactions with customers.
There are a number of long-term benefits to using the system.
- Faster transactions
- Reduces human error
- Improves data integrity
- Prices can be changed easily for special offers
- Provides accurate sales reporting
- Enables constantly updated inventory for accounting, marketing and sales
With EPOS comes the requirement for a data network in the premises.
Jack Moor Electrical have delivered EPOS network requirements to business’ across Kent and London. Working with the EPOS provider, we have successfully delivered multiple requirement projects on time and in budget. This gives the installer of the EPOS provider all they need for the setup of your new system.
If you are looking for network requirements to be installed for your new EPOS system then look no further than Jack Moor Electrical. Covering Kent and London, we are on hand to provide high quality installations on time and in budget.
Are you looking for a new challenge and want to be part of a growing company that has a bright future? – Excuse the pun!
We have built our company on a great reputation, so the ideal candidate will relish the thought of joining something great. You will be qualified with an Advanced Electrical Apprenticeship including the 17th Edition.
Our work is split more or less 50/50 within the Domestic and Commercial sectors, so experience with both is a bonus. Our work also includes Solar PV, PAT testing, Data, IP CCTV and Fire Alarms. Experience is desired but not essential in all, as training will be provided. A full clean driving licence is also desired.
If you want to know more, have any questions or want to send us your CV then contact us at JackMoorElectrical@gmail.com or using the contact form on this page.
This week see’s the National Youth Regatta 2014 heading to Deal, Kent. With around 300 boats competing, additional electrical demand for the campsite and cooking facilities was required.
Jack Moor Electrical of Deal, Kent has supplied temporary supplies for the campsite at Ripple Vale School, Deal.
Does your upcoming event in Kent or London require temporary supplies or a generator? If so, call or email Jack Moor Electrical today for a free estimate.
We would also like to wish all competitors the best of luck! Happy Sailing!
Did you know you could save a huge 90% on your lighting bills simply by switching to LEDs?
LED lamps do not burn out like incandescents. So how do we measure their lifetime? Aurora explains lumen maintenance and why it matters when determining quality in an LED lamp.
For LED enquiries and prices call us, your electricians in Kent and London, today.
Socket Overload Calculator
Most people have extension leads in their homes, using 4-way bar adaptors to increase the number of appliances that they can plug into a wall socket.
However, although there is space to plug in four appliances, this does not mean it is always safe to do so. Different electrical appliances use different amounts of power. To avoid the risk of overheating and possibly fire, you should never plug into an extension lead or socket appliances that together use more than 13 amps or 3000 watts of energy.
Using the Overload Calculator, provided by the Electrical Safety Council, plug in some typical household appliances to see the effect on the load, and to get useful tips on how to avoid overloading your sockets.
The Socket Calculator has been brought to you by the Electrical Safety Council. For more safety information visit www.esc.co.uk
If you require additional sockets to reduce overloading then give your local electricians in kent and london the call 07545090787.
With USB charging on the rise in recent years, it’s no wonder that clients are after quicker and easier ways to charge the 1.2 billion smart phones and tablets expected on the market by the end of 2013.
With the help of MK’s new USB Charging Module, Jack Moor Electrical are excited to offer a new and exciting way to charge your smartphones, sat-navs, cameras and many other things.
For help with your charging requirements call Jack Moor Electrical today on 07545090787.
Protecting your home is easier than ever. Wireless burglar alarms means you can protect your home and business, without breaking the bank.
With a complete wireless system starting from £499.00 Inc. Vat, is it time you protected your home?
For a free estimate call your electrician in Kent on 07545090787.
New research has revealed that homeowners are risking their lives by not getting their electrics fully checked, leaving potentially deadly faults lurking in thousands of homes.
A recent survey carried out by the NICEIC revealed that nearly nine out of ten (89%) homeowners don’t really think about getting their electrics fully tested, with eighty eight percent (88%) confessing that getting their gas boiler checked is more important to them. Over a third (32%) admitted they have never had the electrics in their home fully tested.
Get your home MOT tested with Jack Moor Electrical and save 10% throughout April. Call your local electricians in Kent and London today.
From April 2013 the Government will be making important changes to Part P of the Building Regulations
There will be two principal modifications to Part P come April 6th 2013.
The first relates to the reduction in the range of electrical installation work that is notifiable. Under the new, revised regulations, electrical work undertaken in kitchens such as adding a new socket or work outdoors such as installing a new security light will no longer be notifiable unless a new circuit is required. This will mean less work has to be notified by electricians.
For works already underway, or work subject to a building notice submitted before 6th April 2013 the old version of Part P will still continue to apply.
The aim of the Electrical Safety Register is to protect everyone who uses electricity from unsafe electrical installations. To achieve this, we maintain a register of qualified, competent electricians, assessed by the NICEIC and ELECSA.
With interest from the public generated by the appearance on BBC news and the radio interviews, it’s hoped that the Electrical Safety Register will become a place many members of the public visit whenever they need work doing in their home.
Doing so will help to cut down on the cowboy electrician trade. Electrical jobs performed by uncertified people are extremely unsafe and could cause extreme danger to anyone in a property, so we can’t stress enough how important it is you use qualified contractors who know exactly what they’re doing.
We are proud to say you can find Jack Moor Electrical on the Electrical Safety Register.