QuickBooks Point of Sale

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QuickBooks Point of Sale

QuickBooks Point of Sale boxCash Register Plus

Are you new to retail and looking for a simple replacement for your cash register? Cash Register Plus can be a good place to start. The software is designed for retailers who do not hold inventory. It does a good job of ringing up sales (including discounts), processing credit and debit transactions, and tracking customers.

Point of Sale Basic

If your storefront holds inventory for resale, this is the first software that you should consider. It has all the functionality of Cash Register Plus and adds the basic tracking of inventory.

Point of Sale Pro

Add advanced inventory tracking with Point of Sale Pro. It adds serial number tracking, generation of purchase orders, sales orders, and layaways. It will allow for the tracking of multiple vendors and UPC codes per inventory item. Most retailers need the extra inventory functionality that the Pro software provides.

Point of Sale Multi-store

Are you selling your products on the web or have more than one location? Then Point of Sale Multi-Store is the right choice.

QuickBooks POS system manages sales, inventory and customer data – both online and in-store


Manage Sales Channels in One Place

  • New ecommerce integration powered by Webgility® 
  • Syncs with top shopping carts and popular online marketplaces including Amazon and Shopify
  • A single dashboard shows your online and in-store sales
  • Inventory, sales and customer data sync automatically
  • Identify top sellers, retail trends, and peak sales periods

Automatically Prevent Overselling

  • Sync online and in-store inventory
  • Inventory counts update with every sale
  • Set custom inventory levels across marketplaces 
  • Use the sync on demand feature for instant updates

Simplified Product Listings

  • Store product details in QuickBooks POS, and push updates directly to your online channels 
  • Helps you adjust prices automatically across channels 
  • Ensures consistent online and in-store product information 
  • Transfers product details, stock levels, and pricing 
  • Makes it easy to add new product listings

Streamlined Shipping

  • Print pick lists, packing slips, and shipping labels all in one place
  • Orders are automatically routed to the correct fulfillment center
  • Works with UPS, FedEx, ShipStation, and Stamps.com
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QuickBooks POS Integration for eCommerce: Overview

Download this three-page overview of Point of Sale Ecommerce Integration powered by Webgility and learn how QuickBooks Point of Sale can work for your business.

Inside the Handout:

  • Discover how to manage sales channels in one place
  • Learn how to prevent overselling – automatically
  • Simplifying product listings
  • Streamlining shipping
  • Version comparison

Point of Sale Installation

Intuit really did something right when they created the Point of Sale system. The program is well designed and well executed. But in order to obtain all the benefits of the system, it is important to install and setup the system properly. Some people will say that you’ll need to pay someone upwards of 20 hours to install, setup and train the employees on a point of sale system. Depending on the skill level of the client, I have found that I can cut that time substantially. My main goal in working with clients is to put their needs first. So if they want us to complete all the steps, then I am happy to do so. Often I find that my clients want to work in installations in phases. This means that I will do the initial work to setup the system and convert the data (sometimes clients can convert their own data if they have the time and interest to do so).
Phase I: Install QuickBooks financial and QuickBooks Point of Sale
  • Convert the data into Point of Sale (either from QuickBooks financial or other source) including customers, vendors and items.
  • Understand the business needs and set all preferences correctly
  • Run some sample transactions
  • Review reporting needs
Phase II: Connect to QuickBooks Financial
  • Configure the connection
  • Understand what data will be synchronizing (such as customer data and inventory bills to be paid)
  • Synchronize the systems and look for issues
  • Reconcile major accounts to look for issues
Phase III Connect to other stores (such as a webstore)
Many retailers will have more than one physical location. Other retailers will open a webstore in addition to a store front. If this is the case, then it is time to upgrade to QuickBooks Point of Sale Multi-Store.
  • Configure and setup the home store
  • Create the synchronization method to the other stores
  • Create and configure the remote store
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