Extend the Point of Sale (POS) terminal from a simple sales device to a sales assistant where your employees can view up-to-date inventory, check product details, deliver personalized service, access product recommendations, order items, and close sales.
The POS devices work in online and offline mode. So even if you are using the cloud-based, Software as a Service (SaaS) version of LS Central, you can be resilient, and keep on selling even when your internet connection is unreliable.
Patchy internet connection? No problem. Both the on-premises and the software as a service (SaaS) version of LS Central offer online and offline POS operations. This means you can sell products and serve customers even when there is no connectivity.
Empower your employees to sell more than the inventory available in-store, and make all your customers feel valued and important. Using the highly visual clienteling view of the POS, your staff can:
Don’t let an out of stock in your store lose you a sale. If an item, or a specific size or color, is not available in the current store, your staff can now source the item from another store location or from a warehouse.
Customers can then collect the item in any of your stores – or have it shipped to their preferred address.
Discover the key features you should look for in a retail POS, and make sure you select a software that will be there for you, today and tomorrow.
Cut training times and speed up transactions: the system’s graphical interface is highly intuitive.
POS and back office communicate live, so you can easily process loyalty transactions, returns and refunds.
Accept cash, smart cards, foreign currency, vouchers, gift cards and more, even in the same transaction.
Speed up service and reduce risk: staff only sees the options they need, based on their user roles and permissions.
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