Here are 11 tips that may be of interest to you, you can reach me on chat to discuss them further or have a look at our support pages
You can use Multiple tax structures to support Sales Tax, VAT and GST calculations; and run your period end Tax reports as well
Sales Reports can be run for a specific date or any date range. You can run reports to see how much you sold, what you sold, what your margin and cost of goods sold were as well as what your markdowns were.
Inventory reports can help you easily identify what your stock levels are for all items, what your sell through rates are and how many days you have in stock. Keep track of any write-offs from shrinkage as well as supplier returns.
There are reports to see what your top sellers are overall, by category or by a supplier.
You have an option to classify products in up to 3 classifications and individual items with up to 5 variants
Use the CRM to keep track of your customers, look up customer transaction history, launch email and promotion campaigns.
Run reports to see who your top customers are by transactions or sales, or identify the profile of your Most Valuable customer to create digital marketing promotions to reach new customers (we show you how)
Generate reports by employee to track sales activity and process commission reports. Use this to score effectiveness of cashiers and employees in generating upsell and incremental sales
You can print barcode labels on roll or sheet printers
There are mobile apps to add inventory and to monitor your KPI’s
The Unlock the Power of your POS webinar is a great resource for you to streamline your store management