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What is QuickBooksPOS?

QuickBooksPOS is a point-of-sale software solution with features such as ring up sales and inventory tracking.

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What is QuickBooksPOS?

QuickBooksPOS is a point-of-sale software solution with features such as ring up sales and inventory tracking.

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Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use QuickBooks POS for our store front purchases as well as when we attend different events and shows where customers have the ability to purchase our products from us directly. The QuickBooksPOS is a direct connection to QuickBooks Desktop but built around retailers like ourselves.
  • Retail Purchases
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Inventory Lookup
  • Barcode Scanning
  • We have not seen any area where we would like to see QuickBooks POS improve.
If you run a retail store, or need to setup a retail store quickly and QuickBooks is your Acounting software of chouice, their POS System is a perfect choice. Given the fact that they are both interconnected and created and maintained by Intuit, it's a no brainer solution.
  • Barcode Scanning
  • Inventory Lookup
  • Special Pricing
  • We don't have any measurable ROI with regards to QuickBooks POS, but it definitely makes it easier to train new employees, and process customer orders quickly.
I feel like all of these products have their own advantages and disadvantages. I feel though that QuickBooksPOS is especially beneficial when paired with QuickBooks Accounting Software creating a combination paired from a single vendor as opposed to multiple vendors and managing integrations that may or not break between release cycles.
Horacio Carcamo | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

QuickBooks POS is being used in a retail store which specializes in selling apparel, it’s a small boutique. Its main use is for generating invoices, taking care of the inventory levels, and the ability to have our own customer database. The software is used only by the cashier and the administrator. The cashier generates invoices by selling products and the administrator generates reports for analysis and decision making. The only problem I have with this software is that whenever my inventory reaches 10,000 items, the software starts lagging and causing delays in the sale process. Also, another issue I could mention is, that I wanted to connect the credit card system to my local bank account, but since the bank account is a non-US account, I had to pay an extra fee to use the feature.

  • It tracks well your inventory, giving you alerts whenever a stock is low. It also helps you to re-order low stock levels.
  • Great loyalty reward system, giving you the chance to track customers and reward them for their purchases.
  • Generates comprehensive and easy to read sales reports.
  • Very suitable for small businesses.
  • Synchronization with the credit card company is weak and very difficult to configure
  • Customer support is a long wait. First 5 min of a call is a machine directing you to a waiting queue. Total waiting time for 1 simple questions was 20 min
  • Allows double entry codes or SKUs
  • Delays in the process of purchase in the customer experience
QuickBooksPOS is an awesome tool for small businesses, the system is not that complex and it can be managed by non-tech associates. It comes along with a tutorial section which was very complete and understandable. Dashboard is well designed and organized. Overall the experience of using the software for the first time was very comfortable.

On the other hand, I wouldn't recommend this software to big companies that manage a lot of inventory. I don't feel that the software can handle a lot of data on the inventory management. The limitations that the software has may cause confusion for big companies.
The difference between QuickBooksPOS and other software is that Intuit provides confidence at the moment you are using the software. QuickBooks has never crashed or given a sign of untruthful software. An important aspect to mention is that Intuit updates the software on a continuous basis. Another reason is that the features that come along with the software are very helpful and give the business and opportunity to make use of it.
  • Product Features
  • Product Usability
  • Analyst Reports
The feature that interested us as a retail store was the sales report generator. This feature provides comprehensive reports that help the retail store make a decision or make an analysis. In this feature you can select a range of dates to have the report generated, also it help with tasks that were done manually in the past, now they become automatic in a systematic flow.
I guess that my amendments based on the question asked would be whether or not the improvements, that I think that are weak on the software, have been worked on. My evaluation is always going to be based on how the company improves its product by hearing the customer on reviews.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
We are an Intuit Reseller and support clients converting to the system from all sorts of other POS systems. Like DOS, and some other rudimentary ones they simply cannot get what they need out of those other systems. Some people simply really like the desktop version of just about anything, including POS.
  • Reporting
  • Checking out customers
  • Inventory
  • User friendliness
  • Integrations with cloud tech
  • Cost
They are very well suited for the I502 industry here where marijuana is legal. They need a very intricate POS and inventory system and the suppliers of the dirt, lights and everything else needed also love using QuickBooksPOS. It also works well for places that are ok with having a computer be the POS.
  • Hit Sales Goals
  • Less downtime
  • Data review
QuickBooksPOS is the only desktop version of the type of program. The reporting is on a complete other level compared to these cloud technologies. Inventory and ingredient breakdowns are some things that you cannot find in a user-friendly system, which QuickBooksPOS does lack.
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