Ambassador's Brick & Mortar Bookstore is custom-designed to your school's needs. It includes leading-edge technology, dedicated store managers, additional staff during peak periods and full branding with your school's logo, graphics and colors. Ambassador manages all bookstore staffing and overhead for the school, including point-of-sale system and software, furniture, fixtures and inventory.
Students simply present their schedule and identification to an Ambassador store representative at the service counter to begin the purchase process:
Brick & Mortar Bookstore carries everything a student needs for all classes. Once the school provides us with a course material list, Ambassador sources and stocks these items within the Brick & Mortar Bookstore.
Prevents students from purchasing the same item more than once via voucher, regardless of format (print or electronic), unless authorized by the school, or payment via credit card.
Brick & Mortar Bookstore accepts traditional forms of payment, including vouchers and credit cards. With school-authorized voucher purchases, the school can utilize Ambassador's "no duplicate" feature, which prevents students from purchasing the same item more than once. If a purchase exceeds a student's spending limit, the transaction can be completed by credit card using Ambassador's single transaction processing. Your school is invoiced for approved student voucher purchases.
Ambassador's Brick & Mortar Bookstore is utilized by many leading proprietary and post-secondary schools, colleges and universities across the nation.
Brick & Mortar Bookstore Process Overview
The client management portal for Ambassador's BOOKSTORE solutions. All student information and course material requirements are uploaded into SourceOne from the School Student Information System. Student spending details and bookstore transactions are stored, viewed and managed in SourceOne.
The client management portal for Ambassador's LIBRARY solutions. Access a massive database of books and non-print media. OneSource supports electronic ordering, invoicing and reporting through integrations with most automated library acquisition systems, including the downloading of MARC cataloging records.
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