The Shopify POS app is easy to navigate, easy to set up, and easy to integrate with your Shopify online store. It all sounds great on paper, but is it the right POS for your business? In this review, we’ll help you answer that question.
So far in the POS 101 series, we’ve covered a number of topics, from choosing point of sale software and hardware to making sure you’re budgeting for success. But now, it’s time to go back to the basics and think about all the different ways you can fully utilize your point of sale system. From […]
Choosing a point of sale system that’s just right for your business is incredibly important. With the right POS software, your business should produce all you need to live a fairly comfortable life. With the wrong POS software, your business will explode in a fiery spectacle. Alright, so maybe selecting a POS isn’t quite that […]
With its old-fashioned licensing setup and Windows-based system, QuickBooks POS can’t compete with cloud-based POS systems in pricing or features. Still, it’s functional and might have a lot of appeal to diehard Quickbooks Desktop users.
Built with advanced inventory features, in-house marketing capabilities, and the ability to integrate with virtually any payment processor, talech takes your standard POS to the next level. There are very few red flags here that would cause you to cross talech of your list automatically. Read more in our comprehensive talech review.
Bindo POS has staked its reputation on its solid eCommerce integration, but not much else sets this iPad POS system apart from its competitors. See whether Bindo might be right for you.
Lightspeed is one of the most robust and easy-to-use solutions in today’s POS market. If you’re looking for a retail system that will likely have every option you could dream up in a POS in both the front and back end and pricing isn’t a major consideration, Lightspeed Retail should be fairly high on your list.
Clover Station’s plug-and-play design is attractive to merchants who want to get up and running fast with little hassle and a pretty, yet powerful hardware setup. The proprietary, Android-based Clover Station is intuitive and minimalistic in its design, similar to Apple products. But there are drawbacks. Is the Clover Station right for your business? Read on for a full review of the Clover Station, including customer service, processing rates, features, and more.
If you own a small business, Revel is certainly scalable for virtually any size. However, although Revel is a good POS system, using Revel Systems is a long-term commitment.
Quetzal is a small, friendly iPad POS company, designed for other businesses that are just as small. Some notable things about it are its niche focus for clothing and shoe retailers, strong offline mode, friendly customer service, and simple, competitive pricing.