Looking For Pos Software For My Retail Store.

Quick books and MS are too expensive for me.

I would like to use up 4 or 5 stations.

I would like a program that works on windows xp, keep a data base with prices, products, customer info etc.different payments can be applied so gateway access is needed,

NHC has a nice program (Copper)and its free, I would use this in a heartbeat, but I can not enter any customer info. I need to be able to access customer info for returns, re orders, discounts, etc…

I am hoping someone may point me in right direction or have to sell.



Thanks.

Jim.

This is an interesting concept. I know some do not like it, but I am curious about the idea.

Did you go through with possible pos? If you then i suggest you to check out retail POS of them because its not expensive and might be in your budget. So hope it helps.



Thanks…

Windows XP is no longer supported by Microsoft, its EOL. I highly doubt any POS will offer “XP”.

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Did you go through with possible pos? If you then i suggest you to check out retail POS of them because its not expensive and might be in your budget. So hope it helps.



Thanks…

[/quote]Yes it took some time, but I did find “Ezy Invoice 13”. I did look at retail POS and a lot more, and as always, to find exactly what fits ones needs will take some time. There are a lot of programs available these days.

Hey Jim, have you tried CreditCardProcessing(dot)com? I've had a good experience with them since they offer an all-encompassing POS system that's just right for retail business needs. I'd recommend you to take a look - pos.creditcardprocessing.com

Hey Jim,



As you may be aware that Windows XP is no longer supported so I would suggest you do some research before selecting any POS. I have been working with teamworkretail.com for a long time but I am not sure if they might be of any help to you but they certainly are to me. They utilize mobile devices and web based cloud computing to increase business efficiency and analytics. Their retail management system provides clients with smart, easy-to use applications and mobile POS solutions that engage consumers on a much more unique level.

Hey Jimmy! Have you tried Multiflex RMS software? I guess it has almost everything you are looking for. It has some good reviews on the web. Why don't you try it out?

Hi Jim,

Take a look at Cizaro POS, they have software solutions for any type of business (retail & wholesale). The system can be completely customized to satisfy your specific needs and you will enjoy a 24/7 support service that will help you with any questions or requirement you may have.

You can also visit their website cizaro to ask for a presentation and the installation of their free trial version for 28 days to see if you like their system.

I suggest using ERPLY, its and all-in-one store management system, you can enter in all of your customer information. Whats more, you can also get a free trial!

Are you still looking for POS software for your retail store? There are many software available in the market, so selecting right one is confusing task for business owner. For them, there are many online marketplace available which provide a list of top POS software for business. They are as follows:

Hope from them you will get right one for your retail store.

Here are the best POS systems for small businesses, including point-of-sale solutions for retail stores, restaurants and mobile businesses. KaysIT provide a wide range of PMS, restaurant management software, Point of Sale counters, and tablet based restaurant Solutions, Menu Ordering with rapid and dynamic technology trends peripherals for industrial and business use.

I see there are some posts made this year, so maybe a discussion is actual :)

If you’re considering a cloud based Point of Sale, take a look at Poster (http://joinposter.com/en).
It works great for both cafes and shops. POS application can be installed on iPad and Android tablets, which significantly reduces the initial cost. The system provides reports on all sales and informs which products sell better and produce higher profits. So as a business owner, you can focus on those, sell more, and earn more. There's also an option to keep a client database and launch various promotions for customers. With all loads of features, the system is nice looking and user-friendly.
The Point of Sale software can be defined as the section in the POS software store where you allow your customers to make the payments for the goods they have purchased. In other words, POS software can record all types of monetary transactions in one place.
I hear about POS Software to Small business:
1.Relax POS
2.ADM POS
3.Retail Graph
4. MCi Apps POS
5. Ultimate Inventory with POS System
6. Newton POS
Thank You
Seema

As far as i know there isn’t any decent Pos with CSCart compatibility. Would be cool if there was

We built a custom POS overlay for CS-Cart that allowed the use of barcode scanners. This was for a natural food and supplement store.

There are limitations though as this is heavily dependent on what you've encoded into that barcode.

In this case, the client really just wanted to be able to scan a product, have it prepopulate the fields for the staff member to confirm and add to cart. We tied a card reader to the final checkout, but it was the staff member that ran the card in the CS-Cart backend.

We created scripts and listeners of these events so it would move to the next field, etc.

This type of work is 100% custom and does not fit into any sort of add-on. It is also not one size fits all and is heavily influenced by what your checkout and inventory process is.

Often you'd have better luck adopting something like QuickBooks POS and just having CS-Cart sync inventory as another point of purchase.

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Thomas Granger, CEO, FDG Web
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And how about hiring someone to create custom POS solution for you. If the ones you mentioned are too expensive, maybe you can sacrifice some functionality and create POS with the most important features you might need?