Unlike single register mode, multiple-register mode is recommended for large scale stores/locations.
For example, your fashion store has four floors: the first floor displays women's clothing, the second floor displays men's clothing, the third floor displays children's clothing and the fourth floor displays accessories. So, in order to control the manager and minimize the inconvenience to the customer, have you thought of placing two counters on the first and third floors or even four counters on each floor?
With bePOS, each counter is counted as a register with a separated printer and cash drawer. Therefore, instead of managing the cumbersome branch, bePOS helps you break it down to a lower management level which is register management.
With multiple registers, all orders are displayed at all register, which is flexible when you can create orders and make payments on any registers.
The difference is the Takings Reconciliation as well as Cash Management. Running multiple registers means that you can Reconcile Takings and Manage Cash by register. The order which is completed at one register will be recorded in the equivalent register takings.
Refer to the instruction to setup multiple register here.