Future Proof Your Business With The Perfect Point of Sale System

POS software combined with the most modern POS hardware delivers a world-class point of sale solution.

Your Business Is Unlike Any Other

Get your point of sale system tailored to fit your needs. Our software is custom-made integrates a third-party marketplace that lets you complement your POS system with added functionality. You also have a variety of optional accessories so you get what you need without paying for what you don’t.

Point of Sale Software For Your Industry

Every business operates in its own way. A retail business runs differently than nightclubs or restaurants, and spas and salons are a mix of retail and service functions. No matter what type of small business you own, we have a POS software solution that’ll work for you

A Point of Sale System That Works For You

If you need fixed point of sale system for workstations or an all-encompassing mobile POS, you’ll find the tools you need to run and grow your business the way you want. Choose from accessories like a barcode scanner or more printers for quick back-of-house communication.

Add To Your POS System with Third-Party Apps

We know POS software isn’t the only tool you use to manage business. That’s why we’ve partnered with leaders of industry like DoorDash, Uber Eats, MailChimp, and many others to add their services directly to our POS platform for an ideal experience.

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Easily Manage Your Front End With The Back Office

What happens at the point of sale shouldn’t stay at the point of sale. Our back-office management system, Lighthouse, allows you to manage all your front-of-house and back-of-house operations in one all-inclusive online portal.

Manage Your Inventory With No Limits

Appropriate inventory management is crucial to the success of your small business. Whether it’s basic product tracking or a complex inventory matrix with various features and modifiers, our POS system doesn’t limit the amount of SKUs you can track.

Keep Track on Employees

Employee management isn’t just X and Z reports. Keep track of hours and payroll, update timesheets, determine overtime, assess sales performance, and manage job-based permissions.

Make Better Decision With POS Reports

Take control of your business with powerful POS reports and analytics that will help you make informed, data-driven decisions. From sales reporting to labor and product reports, you’ll know exactly what’s going in — in real-time.

Easily Process Payments

From accepting cash to credit cards, mobile payments and even QR code payments, we offer a securely integrated payment processing platform that let’s you get paid in more ways than one.

Low Cost Processing Rates

We’ll match or beat your current rates. Or you can sign up for our Advantage Program to add a surcharge to each credit card transaction and offset your processing fees entirely.

Receive All Payment Types

Giving your customers the options to swipe, tap, or insert a chip, you’ll be able to accept all major credit and debit cards, including mobile wallets like Apple Pay and Google Pay, or contactless payments like QR codes.

Pease Of Mind With Secure Payments

Protect your customers’ payment data (and your business) with triple security: PCI-validated point-to-point encryption, tokenization and EMV. These tools protect your company and customers from the disastrous and expensive effects of a data breach.

Combined Online Ordering

Our online ordering solution, which is free of cost, lets you receive payment for takeout and delivery orders online, getting rid of the need for the customer to present the card when they pick up their food.

Turn First-Time Customers Into Life-Time Clients

Did you know that it costs way more to get a new customer than it does to keep an existing one? Let us help you increase the lifetime value of your customers.

Build Your Customer List

Capture customer contact information at the point of sale and start building your customers’ loyalty from the very first transaction.

Launch A Loyalty Program

Everyone wants to be rewarded for their purchase. Create a customer loyalty program using your database and award customers for their buying habits.

Give Personalized Promotions

Show your customers how well you know them. Send them offers personalized, based on their purchase history to reach the right customers with just the right message.

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Frequently Ask Questions About Point of Sale Systems

Answers to all your top questions about POS systems

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Simply put, a point of sale system consists of hardware and software that work together to process sales and payment transactions at the point of purchase.

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To understand how a POS system works, you can compare it more to a personal computer than a cash register. With a computer, you install the type of software (or app) you need — i.e., Microsoft Word to make documents — either on the hardware or use internet-based applications like Google Docs that you access over the internet.

A point of sale system works in much the same way. The POS software is installed on POS hardware and powered by either a local server or an internet connection in a cloud-based POS system. Also, like a computer, it can do all these other business-related activities like managing vendors, tracking inventory, employee labor costs, and so much more.

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While we certainly can’t speak for our competition, our POS systems have $0 up-front costs — giving you one of the most affordable solutions on the market. In addition to no upfront costs, our monthly fee for the software is very low, and our POS hardware is always free and comes with a lifetime warranty.

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When choosing a POS, there are five general factors you should keep in mind as you look around for the best solution.

  • 1) Software Specific To Your Industry
    It is never a one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to choosing the best POS system for your business. A retail store functions very differently than a salon. Each of these operations differs from how the restaurant industry works. When it comes to choosing a POS system, be sure the software is designed for your business type. This makes sure all the essential features to perform your day-to-day tasks are available.
  • 2) User Friendly
    As a business owner, time is your greatest asset. And your staff doesn’t have days to spend learning all the ins and outs of your new POS system.You want to select a point of sale system that is easy to use and has a simple, intuitive interface so that users can easily get through the order process.
  • 3) POS Reports and Analytics
    As a small business owner, it’s vital to know what’s making the most profits and what’s not. Real-time data allows you to keep a feel for the pulse of your business so you never miss a beat. When selecting a POS system, you’ll want to find one that comes with a robust reporting suite. It should include tracking sales and your top customers while keeping track of employees and labor costs, make sure your POS system can track it all.
  • 4) Remote Business Management
    No longer do you have to physically be at your business to know exactly what’s going on. Your point of sale system should come with a back-office that you can access from anywhere. At home or on vacation, you’ll have confidence knowing all your real-time business data is at your fingertips.
  • 5) Customer Service and Support
    As a small business owner, you want all the support you can get from your customers and vendors alike. When selecting a POS provider, be sure they provide 24/7 live customer support and an on-demand library of user guides or video training.

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The best way to find out what POS features you’ll need is by first determining your business needs. If you’re just starting out and you’re not sure exactly what your needs will be, here are some features you’ll want to consider:

  • Basic POS Features
    • Sales and refund capabilities
    • Sales and tax reporting
    • Inventory management
    • Employee management
    • A customer database or customer loyalty program
    • Gift card issuance and acceptance
    • Contactless payments
    • Vendor management
  • Restaurant POS Features
    • Online ordering
    • Integrations with third-party delivery services like DoorDash and Uber Eats
    • Split checks and transferring checks to another employee
    • Gratuity functionality with custom tip suggestion amounts
    • Front-of-house to back-of-house communication via kitchen printers or Kitchen Display System (KDS)
    • Table tracking and management
    • Pay-at-the-table and tableside ordering abilities
  • Retail POS Features
    • Advanced inventory matrix that allows for multiple product attributes
    • Employee commission controls
    • Layaway management
    • Consignment management
  • Salon POS Features
    • Online booking
    • Appointment management
    • Stylist management
    • Booth rentals


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