Solutions for Retail & Wholesale Businesses That Fit a Variety of Industries
We Are Here to Fit Your Business with a Point of Sale System
that Works for YOU, to YOUR Advantage …
Not to Force You Change Your Business to Fit the Solution!
We have gone through countless on-site discoveries in our 25 years in the Point of Sale Business. In that time, we have come to a great understanding of the questions you may have, before you have thought to ask them! We would like to be your partner in this process so we have compiled a list of question to think about during your search that will make you better educated on the subject.
This expenditure for your business is a critical and important investment that requires an internal company evaluation and external product research. Choosing the wrong program to service your business could be incredibly frustrating and expensive, but moreover, it could end up costing you in misused staff time and expensive labor bills.Jim-Barry Behar, CEO, Relentless Solutions
Solutions For All Industries
Point of Sale systems are not just for your local bar and/or pub. POS systems fit in a wide array of industries; many of which people do not even think about.
If you business sells things, tracks inventory, and takes payment, then you could benefit from a Point of Sales system. With the benefits of a POS system, your business will be more effiency and more productive, and thusly — more profitable.
Easy to Use Registers
Tablet Based Systems
SaaS/Monthly Payment Options
6 Things Every Business Owner Needs to Ask Themselves Before Choosing a Functional, Reliable, and Beneficial Point of Sale Software Solution for Their Growing Business
1. Have you researched the vendor/software development company?
Our Advice: Take the time to asses each vendor’s financial and strategic stability; does the company have enough financial standing to stick around for the long haul? Investing in a new software company may save you money in the short run, but in the event the company fails, you could end up left with a product that has no software support or future upgrades. Can your business afford to invest in new software in this worst case scenario?