At first glance, Clover seems like an ideal POS solution. It’s flexible, feature-rich, and functional. However, it’s not a cheap product. But if you want a simple, attractive POS solution — and don’t mind taking a risk on customer service and payment processing — you could do a lot worse than Clover and its many different offerings.
ERPLY’s POS system caters to retailers of all sizes, with a cloud-based, device-agnostic platform and your choice of payment processors. Check out the impressive feature set and see whether ERPLY could be a good choice for your business!
With multiple pricing plans, systems, and features, businesses of all sizes can use SpotOn. Throw in an easy-to-use and intuitive UI, plenty of add-ons and integrations, and numerous positive reviews from past and current customers, and it’s not hard to see why SpotOn is a worthy contender in the POS space.
Flowhub touts itself as a “modern cannabis retail management platform” designed just for dispensaries. However, Flowhub’s platform offers more than just a way to make sales to your customers.
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.
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.
With features for specialty orders, table management, restaurant management, and customer management, Upserve POS has most of the tools you’ll need to run a bar, restaurant, nightclub, or café. Upserve POS is partnered with GrubHub to offer an online ordering and delivery integration. And the company boasts a strong restaurant management platform that is easy to use, even on the go.
Cegid is a modern POS solution for mid-sized to large retail businesses featuring a sleek interface, interactive features for customers and employees, and strong back-end reporting.
Pros Strong customer management Built in gift card function Simple inventory management Intuitive interface in back end features Cons Extra cost for premium support Occasional trouble syncing with existing hardware Overview: You know how, in the ’90s, Hollywood gifted us with a glut of romantic comedies where a fresh-faced young man or woman traipsed through […]
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 […]