Point of Sale (POS) Systems for Retailers – Reviewed by SoftwareAdvice.com


As an Internet marketer, I’ve done my share of software research. I know how time consuming it can be to pull together the necessary information, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to let you know about a company called Software Advice.

A Retail customer at the Point of SaleThis company serves as a resource for retailers shopping for customer management, inventory management, or point of sale (POS) software. It is a third party software review service that offers free advice and consultation to software buyers. Software companies pay Software Advice when they find a good match between buyers and vendors, so it’s in their best interest to make good matches.

Here is a review written by Michael Koploy, an analyst at Software Advice, that evaluates 5 Point of Sale (POS) Systems for Small Business. If you’re researching this type of software, it may be a good place to start.

If you’d like to read more about SofwareAdvice.com, check out this article by Home Accents Today.

Do you use POS or Customer Management software? What systems would you recommend to other retailers? Do you know about other resources that might be helpful? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. I look forward to hearing from you!

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One Response to “Point of Sale (POS) Systems for Retailers – Reviewed by SoftwareAdvice.com”

  1. William Hopper Says:

    Well i have visited many of the sites for POS and i find only one company best for this in UK, USA, UAE, Canada, Australia. and the company name is POSist. this is point of sale service provider

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