Inventory library: Items can be added in bulk or individually along with an image, variants, cost and sale price. Then you can put them into categories like Pastries or Hot Drinks if you’re a cafe. Each items can have a stock count (prompting low-stock reminders), a barcode and SKU number. Modifiers can be added to specific items, such as type of milk a customer wants in their coffee.
If you subscribe to Advanced Inventory, you also get:
- Purchase order options
- Stock transfers between locations
- Stock adjustments
- Advanced inventory counts
- Label printing
- Inventory history
- Inventory valuation reports
But even without the add-on, the POS system can handle more than one shop with allocated stock counts to each location. That’s not bad for free EPOS.
Customers and loyalty: The free POS software has the ability to save customer profiles with your regulars’ contact details, sales history and loyalty points to redeem at your business.
These customers can be exported to a spreadsheet, so even if you’re not subscribed to Integrations, it’s still possible to export data to upload into marketing software like Mailchimp.
A customer display app (Loyverse CDS) is available free. This allows your customers to view (on a separate tablet) transaction details and enter their email address on this screen instead of the main till display.