Website World's integrated point of sale system makes managing a showroom or taking phone orders a breeze. All you need is an internet connected device like a computer or iPad in your showroom or call center.
We support all tablets and computers. Be it Android, Apple, Microsoft, or anything else out there... If it has an internet connected web browser, you can use our POS.
Inventory levels are kept in check as all online sales and POS orders are processed in real time via the same internet connected database. There are no 3rd party systems to synchronize, no batch processing issues.
You can have unlimited instances of our POS system across devices, and staff activity is tracked. All POS instances have access to the same order history.
Works with any standard printer compatible with your device. Invoices/Receipts are printed the same way as any other web page. Or simply ask the customer for their email, and they can get the invoice via email.
Works with any standard barcode readers compatible with your device. Barcodes are read and entered into the search bar taking you directly to the product page where you can add items to the cart. If you use a wireless scanner, please follow the directions to configure it with your computer or device. Barcode scanners can also be used to insert codes into fields in our catalogue manager.
Easy to Use
It's so easy to use, just TOUCH or CLICK the BUY button on items to add them to your cart, when you have completed the order, either use the fast cash sale checkout, or link an existing customer, or enter a new customer details.
You can accept any payment type you like. Simply record the payment status and method of payment at the completion of an order. All payment methods can be reconciled easily using a reconciliation report. You might use a 3rd party Eftpos machine, or punch the credit card number into an online payment form from providers such as Windcave, Paymark or Stripe. Please note PayPal cannot be used for POS style sales, as they limit the number of transactions per IP address. You can also let your customer pay you via online banking via PoliPay, or watch them complete the transaction.
Our POS is bundled absolutely FREE with all our eCommerce web hosting plans. Each hosting plan is subject to a transaction limit, so just pick a hosting plan that matches your transaction volume, or just pay a small fee for any transactions over your limit. No matter what, this is going to be the simplest and most affordable configuration for those who want a combination of POS and online sales, with synchronised stock management.
Your team can compete online sales and dispatch the goods. Your team can provide over the phone support to customers with orders in progress. Your team can start an order, and email it to the customer to checkout with their payment. So many options with a fully integrated system.
Vouchers can be sold in store, and used online, or sold online and used in store, or sold on grabone/treatme, and used anywhere, or any combination like that. Vouchers run off the same database, and the unique numbered vouchers can only be used once. You can sell customers another voucher of a lower denomination if you want to give change.
Products will show low stock counts in the POS even before you get to the checkout, so that you can check you can find the items. In any case, all orders will be double checked at the checkout
You can return goods by cancelling the original order, and if required, then creating a new invoice as a copy of the original invoice, with the returned items deleted. We are working on fine tuning this step to deal with payment reconciliation.
If you don't have any existing barcodes, you can easily generate them from within our system. Barcodes should be unique across your product range. If you are wholesaling, then you should ensure your barcodes are unique within your industry, by getting a GTIN (global trade item number).
It's best not to use 0 prefixes on your barcodes, as software like excel might strip out the leading 0's thinking it's an ordinary number. It's best not to use very codes, as they product wide barcodes that might be harder to scan.
You can generally use any label printer to print your barcodes. You may need to use special software to make your barcodes fit on your chosen labels. We don't provide any specific support around printing barcodes, so please consult your printer manufacturer or independent software provider. Some suggested barcode printing software here.