Azerbaijan is preparing rules for switching to electronic cash registers, a source close to the project reported.
All work in this direction will be coordinated by the ministry of the country.
“After the rules have been prepared and criteria determined, it will become clear when and how the transition to electronic cash registers will be carried out, whether the transition will be phased or mass. Perhaps, the electronic cash registers will be installed initially in large trade objects and then in other trade objects. At this stage, it is still difficult to talk about when they will come in sight,” the source said.
As for the devices themselves (electronic cash registers), as the source stated, it was possible that the supplier would be selected on a tender basis.
“For the purchase of cash registers, funds must be allocated. It will be necessary to organize trainings on their use, etc. That is, there is still a lot of work to be done and all the details should be taken into account in advance,” the source emphasized.
As previously reported, the POS terminal and cash register function will be implemented at the electronic cash registers. By using electronic cash registers, the seller will no longer have to drive a check at the cash desk and at the POS terminal. These operations will be carried out on a single device and the buyer will be issued one general check. (AzerNews/Business World Magazine)