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Topic # 111167 26-Oct-2012 10:00
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Hi There!

Just wondering if anyone had a list of reasonably priced Point of Sale systems for the clothing retail business?

We looked at Counter Intelligence so far, but I was after perhaps a bit of a list?

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  Reply # 706713 26-Oct-2012 10:02
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Check out Vend: http://vendhq.com

Great cloud-based retail POS, kiwi-made.




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  Reply # 706715 26-Oct-2012 10:13
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Yea Vend is pretty well known but does lacka few features. Really depends on how advanced they want to go.





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 706718 26-Oct-2012 10:21
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Zeon: what sort of features are missing?

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  Reply # 706720 26-Oct-2012 10:27
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Yes, please explain. A post with "lack features" without a list is not of much value for the whole discussion.




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  Reply # 706723 26-Oct-2012 10:32
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POS Perfect. Sold in NZ by Today software.

http://posperfect.com/




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  Reply # 706784 26-Oct-2012 11:32
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billgates: POS Perfect. Sold in NZ by Today software.

http://posperfect.com/


Thanks for the information, what do you like/dislike about it? 


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Just a wild thought:

Have you checked out Android/iOS apps (& accessories) for use with a tablet?

From what I've read recently they're looking like a realistic option now (especially for very small operators?). Although this might be more USA-centric.




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networkn: Zeon: what sort of features are missing?



Yea fair enough. The main one I have come across so far is the ability to hold photos and further information for product variants. That could eb overcome by having them as separate products but not perfect.







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  Reply # 709228 30-Oct-2012 15:46
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networkn: Zeon: what sort of features are missing?



Yea fair enough. The main one I have come across so far is the ability to hold photos and further information for product variants. That could eb overcome by having them as separate products but not perfect.


Yah that seems to be a big missing feature if you wanted to use it for clothes.

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Thanks for the information, what do you like/dislike about it? 



Easy to use. Starter pack is cheap ($600 I think. Support is good if you pay for it. 15% yearly cost of the pack that you purchased. Super Liquor group, Wellington Zoo uses the same software as well. Can't fault it as such. Been using it for few years now. No complaints. 




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  Reply # 709244 30-Oct-2012 16:19
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networkn: Hi There!

Just wondering if anyone had a list of reasonably priced Point of Sale systems for the clothing retail business?

We looked at Counter Intelligence so far, but I was after perhaps a bit of a list?


I have a client who uses that, and I think they find it good. Although I don't use it myself so I don't know how well it works. My clients website that we did links up to the CS system using their e-retailer system, and it seems to work well.
One of the good things about it is that it can work with stores in multiple locations, and the inventory for both online and the physical stores is all managed centrally.

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