Top 13 Retail management and POS software


Retail software is used by all small, medium and large enterprises. The main purposes of using a software is to regulate pricing, calculate taxes, inventory management and manage POS, billing and payroll. The features include Retail Inventory Management which helps to manage different aspects of retailer’s supply chain. CRM to support multi channel retailing and retain customers. Retail accounting for inventory control, transaction monitoring and pricing. Order Management to keep the track of orders being made. Transportation management to track deliveries and also Chain store management. Retail billing management to optimize store performance and increase productivity.
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Accept credit cards on your iPhone, Android or iPad. Send invoices free with Square Invoices. Signing up for Square is fast and free, and there are no commitments or long-term contracts like with alternative services.
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Simple, Beautiful, and Flexible End-to-End E-Commerce Solution. Simply choose a stylish ecommerce website design, easily customize your online store, add products, and you're pretty much ready to accept payments. Whether you already have products, are looking to sell digital goods or are interested in drop shipping — Shopify has a complete solution for you.
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Feature-packed iPad point of sale. Reporting, analytics and support that will take your business to the next level. Track and manage stock all in one convenient place. Build your database and drive repeat business. Track hours worked and identify star performers.
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The world's first integrated mobile POS with EMV, NFC, and on-screen PIN entry. All Clover products are purpose-built for POS and feature sleek designs with brushed aluminum and white glass accents.
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Vend is retail POS software, inventory management, ecommerce & customer loyalty for iPad, Mac and PC. Easily manage and grow your business in the cloud.
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iZettle is a one-stop shop for cutting-edge commerce tools — offering everything you need to take quick payments, ease day-to-day management, and get the funding to grow. Accept credit card payments on the go with iZettle. All you need is a smartphone or a tablet and our free app.
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The first wired ethernet connectivity for iPad POS systems. Manage multiple devices universally from any remote location. Save time with reports that explain your business progress and projection to you. Keep business up and running during an Internet slow-down or power outage
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Lightspeed is the leading provider of cloud-based POS software. Our customers typically see a 20% growth in sales after their first year. Now is the time to join the growing list of independent businesses that choose Lightspeed POS to handle their everyday needs. Lightspeed Restaurant allows you to create your menu in seconds, update your floor plan directly in the system, impress customers with photos of items and allow your staff to focus on creating a unique restaurant experience.
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Point of Sale and Inventory Management for cafes, restaurants, and stores. All-in-one cloud POS system software that combines solutions for front-office, inventory, finances, analytics, CRM. Set up in 15 minutes.
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PayAnywhere Mobile allows you to accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and PayPal cards all at the same low rate, wherever and whenever you're doing business. The free credit card reader transforms your Apple or Android smartphone or tablet into a mobile credit card reader. Offering ease of use, the most robust mobile payments processing app, and live customer support, PayAnywhere will take your business where it needs to go.
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With SumUp you now can accept card payments everywhere in a simple, secure and affordable way with your smartphone or tablet.
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Free card reader for your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Intuit GoPayment gets you paid on any mobile device anywhere so you never miss a sale. Take payments anytime, anywhere. Swipe, scan or key in credit cards
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LS Retail is a world-leading developer and provider of all-in-one business management software solutions. Our high-quality, cost-effective and highly configurable software solutions help retailers, hospitality and forecourt businesses worldwide to optimize their business practices, increase revenue and satisfy old and new customers – easier, simpler and faster.

Latest news about Retail management and POS software


2017. Mobile POS system Square launched Retail app



Square is launching a new Square Retail app that complements a comprehensive backend package of tools that include complete coverage of inventory management, customer relationship management and employee tools. The new offering is designed to really provide a next-level retail solution for merchants and shop owners who need more than just the Square Reader and basic square mobile app. The solution can scale depending on the needs of their clients, but can serve any customers from a one-location shop to a merchant with multiple storefronts and lots of inventory to track. For now the primary type of retailer Square is targeting with this product are those in the “finished goods” business, which means people who have packaged products or things like shirts and clothing that have barcodes, as well as things like wine or games.


2016. Square now allows to charge loyal customers without card swiping



Mobile payment processing service Square launched a new feature called Card on File that allows to charge recurring customers without card swiping (and even without asking for the card). It's also suitable for customers, because they can come to your shop or restaurant without card and money, take what they want and go away. And you quietly charge the appropriate amount from the card. Of course, first these customers have to opt in and enter their card data to your company's Square account. Besides, using Card on File businesses can charge remote customers without internet payment. But this feature is a little more expensive for business: it will cost you 3.5% plus 15 cents, compared to the 2.75% commission for swiping a card.




2015. Mobile POS service iZettle expands to small business loans



Mobile payments provider iZettle, which offers smaller merchants the ability to process card payments via its mobile card readers, is expanding into what amounts to small business loans — announcing a capital advance product, called iZettle Advance, which will be available to select iZettle customers who need funds to grow their own businesses.  The amount that can be borrowed will also depend on the business in question, so on factors such as how much revenue they are processing on a monthly or yearly basis (a figure which iZettle is of course privy to, given its existing role processing their card payments).


2015. iPad POS platform Revel gets $13.5 million funding



iPad point-of-sale company Revel Systems raises $13.5M to expand in Asia and Europe. Revel will continue differentiating from other tablet POS systems by including a wide array of features in its software suite so it can handle deliveries and shipping in addition to payment processing. This allows Revel to compete with enterprise software like Micros System, which was acquired by Oracle for about $5.3 billion last year. Revel also recently added Ethernet connections for clients who want to use iPads to handle transactions but can’t rely on wireless connections, such as sports stadiums and government agencies.


2015. Square launched a dashboard app for iOS



Mobile payment processing service Square has released its second non-consumer app, a dashboard app for iOS that lets business owners track sales in real-time and allows them to dig into the health of their business with analytics. This app isn’t for the barista at the coffee shop, but it was built for the owner who might be watching over things while they’re not at the shop. With this app, business owners can track how many items are left in stock in multiple locations, for example, which can help them make important decisions on the fly without having to sit down at a computer.