The cash register was invented in 1879 by James Ritty. He was a saloonkeeper and some of his employees would take thecustomers' money and pocket it instead of depositing the cash. In 1878 Ritty became intrigued by a mechanism that counted how many times the ship's propeller went around. He wondered if he could inventsomething to record the cash transactions made at his saloon. Soon after, in 1879, he made the first version of the cash register and called it “Ritty Model 1”; he patented it in 1883. He decided to sell allhis interest of the cash register to a Jacob Eckert. In 1884, Eckert sold the company of the cash registers to John Patterson who improved the cash register by creating the paper receipts. In 1906,one of the workers of the company invented the first cash register with an electric motor.
The cash register is a very important invention because it helps calculate and record sales transactions.You can also store the cash you have and it keeps the money safe. Without the cash register, mot stores wouldn’t be able to work successfully because it helps keep everything organized.
The cashregisters haven’t changed that much. The only thing is that now they are more electronic than the first ones invented but the idea and the way they work are almost the same.
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