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About our POS software for local small business retailers

How much should you pay for your point of sale sofwtare?

The price of point of sale software is set by market forces.  In our case, we publish our POS software, hardware and services prices here and rely on these as our offer.  We feel that by publishing our prices – individual item prices as well as package deals we run from time to time – we demonstrate transparency and consistency – crucial attributes in a software company.  We also demonstrate that we see all customers as equal.

While we are not the cheapest in the market, we offer a level of service and commitment to on-going training which delivers more value over the long term than a one-off discount.  This is why it is important to consider what you pay for POS software – what you pay today and for years to come.  Support can be expensive.  Lack of knowledge can also be expensive.

Our advice is to cost out a system over three to five years.  Doing this will show that a good deal today may not be a good deal after all.  It may also show that free software is not free at all.

1 Comment

  1. I think you should get what you pay for. If you want something basic, it should be cheaper, something advanced, should cost more. Just like cars.

    I’m not a big fan of annual fees though, especially if it’s to cover phone calls due to the software being the problem.

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