Point Of Sale

Product Inventory Invoice / Receipt 

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  • Free online course training
  • After Sales Support
  • Business Owners Community

Take Control Of Your Inventory

Manage All Your Products

Make it easier to manage your stock by creating different product categories. Add products to different categories for more in-depth reporting. Modify product price, add SKUs, and more!

Handle Product Tax With Ease

Save more time and more money by automating your product taxes. Create different tax rates for each of your products and get them automatically applied to transactions.

Sell Your Products Faster

Get new sales and get paid faster. Create proposal templates for your products, pitch them to your future clients, and turn accepted proposals into invoices - in just a few clicks.



Billed Yearly
10000 Yearly
  • POS
  • Product Inventory
  • Support Ticketing Management
  • Third Party Integration
  • Up to 50 User
  • Own Domain and hosting


Billed Yearly
20000 Yearly
  • POS
  • Product Inventory
  • Support Ticketing Management​
  • Third Party Integration​
  • Up to 100 User
  • Custom Domain


One Time Payment
50000 Lifetime
  • POS
  • Product Inventory
  • Support Ticketing Management
  • Third Party Integration
  • Unlimited User
  • Own Domain and hosting

Have a question?

Frequently Asked Question

A Point of Sale (POS) system typically includes essential components such as a computer or tablet with POS software, a cash register or terminal for processing payments, and peripherals like barcode scanners, receipt printers, and card readers. The POS software manages sales transactions, inventory tracking, and reporting, providing businesses with real-time insights into their operations. Together, these components enable businesses to efficiently process transactions, manage inventory, and improve overall customer service.

POS systems prioritize security with robust features to protect sensitive customer and transaction data. It typically employ encryption protocols to secure payment information during transactions and adhere to PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) compliance standards. POS systems often include user authentication measures and access controls to prevent unauthorized access to the system and maintain data integrity, ensuring a secure environment for both businesses and customers alike.

When choosing a POS system for your business, consider your specific industry needs and the scale of your operations. Evaluate the system's features such as inventory management, reporting capabilities, and integration with other software you use. Prioritize ease of use for your staff and ensure the system's security measures align with industry standards to safeguard customer data.

Yes, POS systems offer customization options for product categories, pricing, discounts, taxes, and reporting formats based on specific business requirements.

POS systems track employee sales performance, manage shifts and schedules, authorize refunds or voids, and ensure accountability through user-specific logins and permissions.