Point-of-Sales Development For Your Point Of Sale Software Solution

Point-of-Sales Development

Integration

As data is manually transmitted from one system to another, we develop a well-integrated system leaving less possibility for errors and inconsistencies.

Management of Customers

We implement functions to aid in the identification of the overall number of customers. We help you collect data on your most valuable consumers based on their buying habits.

Sales Analysis and Reporting

We bring this feature to help you keep a track of the number of products being sold and also the revenue generated by each product.

Security

We ensure that POS systems developed by us comply with the PCI DSS, making it easier to protect essential and sensitive customer data such as CC details and phone numbers.

Scanner for barcodes

When we incorporate the barcode scan feature into your POS software, there’s no need for your employees to manually enter the barcode or search for a product.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A point-of-sale system (POS) is a software platform that makes running a business easier. The system is simple to use and may be operated by anyone. The primary purpose of the POS system is to generate an invoice for the products or services purchased. It's also in charge of managing inventory, customers, employee participation, tracking purchases, rewarding loyal customers, and analysing sales trends.

There are total three types of POS systems listed below:

  • Mobile point of sale (mPOS)
  • Cloud based point of sale (cloud POS)
  • Terminal POS

Data is an important component of any organisation, and with today's competition, it's necessary to collect every piece of thorough data from anyone who interacts with your company. Purchase record, returns history, sales by product, stock inventory data, and seasonal/monthly/yearly sales numbers are all examples. When these fundamentals are absent, there's a danger your company won't be able to expand in the way it needs to.

Not only that, but there are several other advantages to using a POS, including:

  • Reports are generated quickly.
  • Inventory costs are lower.
  • Reduce the length of time spent in long checkout lines.
  • Customers receive first-class services.
  • Provides vendors with accurate inventory data.
  • Ensures that the store receives more traffic both online and offline.
  • Saves time on inventory management in the back office.

When developing a POS system, several variables must be considered. Multiple aspects, such as:

  • App development platform
  • Presence of basic and complex features
  • Integrations with 3rd-party APIs and Platforms
  • Region of the development team
  • Timetable for completion