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Likelihood to Recommend

AMS Point of Sale

It is very well suited for areas where automation comes into play. For ex:: It does really well when it comes to purchase order related tasks.
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STORIS POS

STORIS is a great solution for all aspects of a retail furniture store. It is well suited to incorporate modern technology for better communication with customers and vendors. We also use the STORIS website module to advertise our business, and it synchronizes data from our inventory module enabling automatic updates to the website. Transitioning from our previous software provider was a bit difficult because we were used to doing things differently for almost 35 years.
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Pros

AMS Point of Sale

  • Billing management
  • Invoice related tasks
  • Inventory
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STORIS POS

  • It handles the unique sales order process to the furniture industry beautifully.
  • With Advanced Warehouse Management capabilities it makes running the distribution centers much more efficient.
  • It's mobile applications make it possible for our sales staff to take much better care of the consumer without ever leaving their side to find a terminal.
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Cons

AMS Point of Sale

  • It can be a bit improved in terms of Billing
  • It can also bring some of the core features needed in Return management that it offers
  • It needs a bit of improvement in Return management
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STORIS POS

  • One area that currently doesn't exist would be to have the ability to track out-of-carton merchandise
  • There are some screens that require redundant keystrokes to obtain additional information. You sometimes have to "start over" to find the same information for additional products, customers, etc.
  • In some cases, the system is too restrictive, and will not let you take any shortcuts. As an example, if you receive service parts at no charge from the vendor, the purchase order for the parts cannot be closed out unless you enter a no-charge invoice to offset the received parts order.
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Support

AMS Point of Sale

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STORIS POS

STORIS POS 9.0
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All support staff are professional, courteous, and genuinely interested in helping
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Alternatives Considered

AMS Point of Sale

UI is good in AMS POS than Epos now
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STORIS POS

I don't think this company exist any more. But at the time we did an evaluation of the two companies to see which came out on top. At the end, it was clear that Storis was a much better transaction based system. It focused on functionality that would help you take care of your customer. The other focused more on reporting and executive level information.
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Return on Investment

AMS Point of Sale

  • Overall Business problems are getting addressed which is a good thing
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STORIS POS

  • I have worked with Storis in 3 retailers now. In all cases, it has scaled beautifully to allow the companies to grow.
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Pricing Details

AMS Point of Sale

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?

STORIS POS

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Required

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