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How to choose a good Point-of-State software?

Can someone suggest me a good Point-of-Sale software that can be used for a small scale retail store? I've been on the lookout for it for the past couple of weeks but is yet to arrive at a conclusion. The requirement is simple, I want it to perform all the functions of inventory management, reporting as well as analytics. Since there are numerous options available, which one do you suggest? It would also be nice if there's an app version of the software. How about MultiFlex POS software from MicroHouse Systems?

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I worked with a company on POS software and hardware. They eventually reduced POS efforts as piracy was rampant in the field. Why buy if it can be had for free? That meant the mid range good stuff was never going to mature and you are left with the free stuff and the high end stuff.

What is this app version?

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First of all, apologies for misspelling sale as state. Thanks for clarifying and helping out. The app version I was talking about is something similar to Shopify: https://apps.shopify.com/shopify-pos that can be used on an Ipad. I believe the free version of the software would only have limited features. Multiflex POS: http://multiflexrms.com/retail-management-system-2/pos-software was recommended to me by a friend who has installed it in his provision store. Don't you think it would be better to go for the one which has an app version?

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Hi frankywilly25 ,

for a small scale retail store you need simple solution, which is easy to set-up and use. Try this free POS software www.ehopper.com.

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