NACS Show 2015

Join us for the NACS Show 2015

October 11-15, 2015

Las Vegas Convention Center

Las Vegas, NV

Booth #5003

NATSO Show 2014

Fiscal Systems NATSO Show 2014

Join us for the NATSO Show 2014

January 26-29, 2014

 Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center

Nashville, TN

Booth #810

Increase your store’s revenue in 2014

Increase Sales with Fiscal Systems

Add truck fleet sales to your store’s revenue in 2014

Fiscal Systems, provider of POS systems to the nation’s largest truck stop chains, introduces the TravStar1 POS EZ-Auth. Now, any size store can increase sales with the ability to authorize truck fleet transactions for gas or diesel fuel.

Easy to use touchscreen

Color coded touchscreen displays reduce training time and errors, building customer loyalty as your cashiers quickly and efficiently authorize your customers’ transactions, getting them back on the road faster.

Install yourself in less than an hour

We know you are busy running your store so we made EZ-Auth POS ready to go – right out of the box. An online manual enables you to install your EZ-Auth POS yourself, in less than an hour.

Customized for your store

The Fiscal Systems team customizes your PLUs, pricing, touchscreen, employee information and more in advance, so when your EZ-Auth POS system arrives, its ready to ring up more sales – right out of the box.

Online training and support

We’re confident that once you’ve installed your EZ-Auth POS you will be ringing up new sales immediately.  Online training is available 24 hours per day with downloadable lessons and step-by-step instructions.

High speed, secure authorizations

Central Services VPN Internet connection reduces transaction authorizations to a few seconds saving you and your customer time, and most importantly, building customer loyalty.

Grows with your store’s needs

If your store is poised for rapid growth, there is nothing to worry about. EZ-Auth POS is compatible with our full line of TravStar1 POS products, which include outdoor payment terminals, dispenser control and scanning, allowing easy upgrades.

Download

Download the TravStar1 POS EZ-Auth Brochure. Download Here.

Happy New Year

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We hope 2014 is a year of great happiness and success. Have a wonderful new year!

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

Happy Holidays from Fiscal Systems Inc.

TravStar1 POS System v10.0 Security Implementation Guide

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Secure Implementation Guide

Fiscal Systems provides a Secure Implementation Guide to support retailers with instructions and guidance on how to implement the TravStar1 POS in a PCI compliant retail environment. This guide will be updated at least annually to incorporate changes in the TravStar1 POS and the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS).  You can register below to download the guide and receive update notices.

Download

Download the TravStar1 POS System v10.0 Security Implementation Guide…  Click here

Happy Thanksgiving

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Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Fiscal Systems. We are very thankful for our industry partners and friends. May your Thanksgiving be full of family, friends, fun, and good food!

History of Thanksgiving

Wikipedia – In the United States, the modern Thanksgiving holiday tradition is commonly, but not universally, traced to a poorly documented 1621 celebration at Plymouth in present-day Massachusetts. The 1621 Plymouth feast and thanksgiving was prompted by a good harvest. Pilgrims and Puritans who began emigrating from England in the 1620s and 1630s carried the tradition of Days of Fasting and Days of Thanksgiving with them to New England. Several days of Thanksgiving were held in early New England history that have been identified as the “First Thanksgiving”, including Pilgrim holidays in Plymouth in 1621 and 1623, and a Puritan holiday in Boston in 1631. According to historian Jeremy Bangs, director of the Leiden American Pilgrim Museum, the Pilgrims may have been influenced by watching the annual services of Thanksgiving for the relief of the siege of Leiden in 1574, while they were staying in Leiden. In later years, religious thanksgiving services were declared by civil leaders such as Governor Bradford, who planned a thanksgiving celebration and fast in 1623. The practice of holding an annual harvest festival did not become a regular affair in New England until the late 1660s.

Thanksgiving proclamations were made mostly by church leaders in New England up until 1682, and then by both state and church leaders until after the American Revolution. During the revolutionary period, political influences affected the issuance of Thanksgiving proclamations. Various proclamations were made by royal governors, John Hancock, General George Washington, and the Continental Congress,each giving thanks to God for events favorable to their causes. As President of the United States, George Washington proclaimed the first nation-wide thanksgiving celebration in America marking November 26, 1789, “as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many and signal favours of Almighty God”.

Thanksgiving in the United States was observed on various dates throughout history. From the time of the Founding Fathers until the time of Lincoln, the date Thanksgiving was observed varied from state to state. The final Thursday in November had become the customary date in most U.S. states by the beginning of the 19th century. Thanksgiving was first celebrated on the same date by all states in 1863 by a presidential proclamation of Abraham Lincoln. Influenced by the campaigning of author Sarah Josepha Hale, who wrote letters to politicians for around 40 years trying to make it an official holiday, Lincoln proclaimed the date to be the final Thursday in November in an attempt to foster a sense of American unity between the Northern and Southern states. Because of the ongoing Civil War and the Confederate States of America’s refusal to recognize Lincoln’s authority, a nationwide Thanksgiving date was not realized until Reconstruction was completed in the 1870s.

Read more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thanksgiving

GROWMARK Co-op Training

GrowMark Training

Our very own Valerie Cofield doing on-site training for Growmark Co-Ops in Illinois. (http://www.growmark.com/)

Want to know more about Fiscal System on-site training? Give us a call at 1-800-838-4549

Veterans Day

Veterans Day Thank You

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.” – Ronald Reagan

Today we salute our nation’s veterans and their families in making the sacrifice to defend this nation. Fiscal Systems want to say, “Thank You” for your service and sacrifice.

Should the US export oil?

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The US should lift its limitations on oil exports, according to a growing chorus of those in the oil and gas industry. But exporting US oil will be a tough case to make to politicians and consumers, who still see high prices at the gas pump and worry about the environmental consequences of more drilling.

The US oil and gas industry’s trade association is contemplating a push to lift a decades-old ban on US oil exports. The 1970s era law is no longer relevant, critics of the ban say, since oil production in the United States is booming and demand is waning. Lifting the ban would spur job growth at home and create efficiencies in the global oil market, they say.

Read More at… http://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/Energy-Voices/2013/1107/Should-the-US-export-oil