The number #1 newsagency POS software solution today, used all over Australia.
This Newsagency POS Software Point of Sale solution is considered the best by progressive newsagents in Australia. It is widely used for magazine and newspaper management, industry supplier e-invoices, special customer orders, epay etc.
Balancing responsibilities between your clients' needs, employee demands and the products that you market is a task undertaken by newsagents, and it is a task that our point of sale software does well as this pos system was born in a newsagency almost 40 years ago. It helps you to manage your shop by doing much of the time consuming, tedious aspects out of your day-to-day newsagency operations. This helps you by freeing your time and so giving you more time with customers.
Inbuilt and included
Inbuilt and included
It is based on almost 40 years of development and is the premier newsagency point of sale software used by newsagents around Australia to manage customers, retail, delivery, stock and optimising profits.
And it's still improving. It's flexible, user-friendly and very easy to use. With its unique system of options, it can be customised to any particular newsagency to suit your needs.
Loyalty programs to be attractive and stand out. This newsagency software has a free integrated CRM inbuilt to keep contact with your existing customers and get new clients.
Having informative reports is a very useful analysis tool. Many systems tend to be underutilised as they get slower as the information in your system increases. Our point-of-sale system runs on Microsoft SQL Server providing the fastest reporting processing power in newsagencies today. It also uses data warehousing and so providing storage without the need to remove or store summary data.
It allows you to easily work remotely from home and still track sales, products and staff.
Furthermore, never seen in such software, staff security functionality, multi-draw register operation and variance tracking provide added peace of mind. Plus detailed reports highlight possible problems with staffing.
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