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Open Source Point of Sale

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Open source point of sale is a web based point of sale system written in the PHP language. It uses MySQL as the data storage back-end and has a simple user interface. It can be installed locally or remotely, and is packaged with Docker for easy installation, and will even run on Raspberry PI. It’s an open source POS software for small retailers.

Category

POS Software Open Source

Features

• Stock management (items and kits).
• VAT, customer and multi tiers taxation.
• Sale register with transactions logging
• Quotation and invoicing.
• Receipt and invoice printing and/or emailing.
• Barcode generation and printing.
• Suppliers and customers database.
• Multiuser with permission control.

License

Open Source

Price

Free

Pricing

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Free Trial

Available

Users Size

Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)

Company

Open Source Point of Sale

What is best?

• Stock management (items and kits).
• VAT, customer and multi tiers taxation.
• Sale register with transactions logging
• Quotation and invoicing.
• Receipt and invoice printing and/or emailing.
• Barcode generation and printing.

What are the benefits?

• The customer management module is useful for capturing customer information while selling one’s products and services.
• It provides graphical reports that allow you to get a complete overview of one’s retail business quickly.
• You are allowed to export information to excel.
• It allows customers to use different kinds of payment methods.
• You can create new inventory items on the fly.

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Ease of use
7.9
6.7
Features & Functionality
8.0
9.1
Advanced Features
8.0
8.6
Integration
8.1
8.3
Performance
7.9
Training
2.5
Customer Support
8.1
7.4
Implementation
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Bottom Line

Open source point of sale is a web based point of sale system written in the PHP language.

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Open source point of sale is a web based point of sale system written in the PHP language. It uses MySQL as the data storage back-end and has a simple user interface. It can be installed locally or remotely, and is packaged with Docker for easy installation, and will even run on Raspberry PI. It’s an open source POS software for small retailers. It has a cash register/point of sale module that allows one to ring up sales and returns.

It also allows one to discount items on a line-by-line basis. It allows customers to use different modes of payments like cash, checks, gif cards, debit and credit cards. When a sale is completed it generates a sales receipt which will include a return policy as well as barcode to facilitate returns. It has several inventory control/management modules. They include, item management, barcode generation, item kit management, supplier management, inventory receiving’s and inventory reports.

These system modules are well integrated. Employees can be locked out of these inventory modules if they shouldn’t have access for them. The customer management module is very useful for capturing information while selling products and services. Multiple customers can be emailed at the same time.

It also has excellent customer reporting which allows one to print off a graphical customer summary report that shows which customers generated the most revenue for the store. One can also run a customer summary report that lets one see how much has been sold and how much profit has been made off each customer. This information can then be sorted and exported to excel.

 

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