Customer reviews for Cake are quite positive, and it’s easy to see why: Cake’s feature-set is complete, without being overly complex. The system is straightforward and easy to use, with similarly straightforward monthly software pricing and flat-rate payment processing. But is it right for your business?
Overview: Bepoz got its start in Australia and has since taken off internationally. In 2004, the company created its own POS which is currently available in eight different countries. Bepoz has some truly outstanding features, particularly on the backend, with one of the most advanced reporting systems imaginable, a host of technological advances, and the […]
SalesVu’s strength is in its broad flexibility. It’s more than just a mobile cash register. This software allows you to monitor inventory, create detailed reports, design custom discounts and promotions, maintain an active customer database, and manage employees — and all of this can be done from anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection.
Lightspeed Restuarant is a cloud-based iPad POS system built solely for the foodservice industry and, like many of its rivals, can be a one-stop-shop for your POS needs if that’s what you’re looking for.
Available only through a network of partner resellers, Retail Pro says its specialty POS works for both single-location boutiques and chain stores, with add-ons for eCommerce, detailed analytics, and more. But can you really run a retail empire on this POS system?
Pros Specific functions for pharmacies Integrated purchase orders Cons Lacks offline functionality Mediocre customer service Reporting is thin Overview: Cashier Live is a 100% cloud-based POS and inventory management SaaS (“software as a service”) that was launched in 2008. It was founded by Tom and Thomas Greenhaw, a father-son duo motivated to provide a low-cost […]
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’re looking for a point of sale system with dozens of unique integrations to suit your business, give Ordyx POS a look.
Kounta is probably not going to be for everyone. because the setup process may seem a bit unwieldy. That said, Kounta is not without its upsides. The sheer range of add-ons will make this POS system an attractive option for many business owners.