POS illustration

POS is the thing that physical retailers use to lead deals to face to face. It’s occasionally a sales register, computer, or even a tablet where clerks input items, count the expense and lead the monetary exchange. Most POS programming will likewise speak with stock levels to keep everything in equilibrium. A lot of enormous box stores have uncontrollably intricate and costly POS arrangements, some of which were exceptionally worked for their requirements. Autonomous retailers are moving endlessly from these customary POS frameworks and toward cloud-based retail location arrangements.


Why our POS?

our POS
1 Information for both available and online deals (in-store and online sale)
2 Deals separated after some time (number of deals by day, week, month, and so on)
3 Deals as per the representative
4 Deals per channel (overall stores and for every area)
5 Staff exercises separated by the representative
6 Item answers (to perceive what's selling what's sitting on racks)
7 Number of requests (separated by different phases of satisfaction) Simple, natural admittance to this sort of information can assist you with settling on better choices and comprehend the general wellbeing of your business.
1 Full visibility into your stock over all areas refreshed continuously
2 Hearty examination and announcing abilities
3 Fast admittance to client profiles, request narratives, and dedication programs.
4 Adaptable installment, buy, and conveyance alternatives
5 Adaptable returns, trades, and store credits (e.g., purchase on the web, return available)
6 Adaptable with a strong application store to suit your extraordinary business needs
7 Effectively coordinates with your business tech stack (e.g., email showcasing, bookkeeping, and so forth)


 Uniformity in all rules
Automatic follow up reminder alerts
Predefine roles of employees
Create unlimited users
Customize report 
Set financial year profit margin 
GDPR Compliance