RECKON CLOUD POS

Affordable and easy to use POS software

All the point of sale features you need to grow your small business.

POS software cloud

Sell on the go

POS software that runs on a PC, Mac, iPad or tablet via your web browser. This gives you the flexibility to take payments at the counter, table or on the go. It even works offline!

POS Software that easy to use

Easy to set-up and use

Reckon Cloud POS combines an easy to use interface with customer-oriented features. So you can be set-up and selling in no time and keep your customers coming back.
POS Software with unlimited employees

Grow with confidence

We offer unlimited products items, unlimited customers, unlimited users so you can grow your business with confidence.
POS Software

Point of sale software that sets your business up for success

A point of sale system built for small business

 

Reckon Cloud POS is ideal for small businesses in the retail and hospitality industry as it’s affordable and easy to use. You can also run your point of sale software on the go and engage your customers wherever they are in-store.  Plus, if you do happen to lose internet connection Reckon Cloud POS works offline. Your transactions are saved on the device and synced to the cloud the next time you’re connected to the internet.

Point of sale POS system
Point of sale software integrations

Sync with Reckon accounting software

 

Reckon Cloud POS can be run as a stand alone point of sale pos system or integrated with Reckon One or Reckon Accounts for a complete overview of your financial position.

It’s easy to get started

Start using Reckon Cloud POS on a 14-day free trial and you’ll be up and running in no time.

POS inventory software

CSV upload

Reckon Cloud POS’s inventory management features make it easy to get started.  Simply upload your inventory items and customer data in bulk with our easy to use csv upload template.

Personalise your POS software

Personalise it

The back-end management system lets you customise your point of sale system to what matters to your business including currency, tax rate and quick item shortcuts.

POS software hardware

Add hardware

All you need to get started is a laptop with an internet connection. Reckon Cloud POS also integrates with a variety of leading hardware providers, so you can connect any additional hardware you need.

Frequently asked questions

What is a POS system?

POS stands for Point of Sale and at a very basic level means the area where a customer completes a transaction.

POS software can be thought of like a digital cash register, allowing business owners to process sales and take payments. POS software also typically includes other functionality related to running a store including inventory management, stock control, customer loyalty programs, reporting and employee management.

What industries use POS software?

POS software is used by any businesses where customers purchase products or services and the business takes payments. Common industries that use point of sale software include:

Retail POS software
The retail industry is one of clearest examples of point of sale in action. Retailers love point of sale because it helps them manage customers, inventory and reporting with the ability to add customised promotions. Typical retail businesses that use POS include:

  • Clothes & shoes
  • Entertainment, books, electronics
  • Pet supplies
  • Home goods,
  • Alcohol & bottle shops

Hospitality POS software
The hospitality industry used POS software to manage orders, split payments and target those customers for rewards eg: coffee shop loyalty cards. Typical hospitality businesses that use POS include:

  • Cafes
  • Restaurants
  • Coffee shops
  • Bakeries
  • Bars
  • B&Bs

Services POS software
This sector references any service that you receive rather than a good. Similar to retail these industries use point of sale to take payments, manage their database and offer targeted promotions. Typical service businesses that use POS include:

  • Hairdressers
  • Nail salons
  • Sporting clubs
  • Car wash
  • Housekeeping
  • Wedding services
What is cloud-based POS software?

Traditional desktop point of sale software is downloaded onto one computer and physically connected to a cash register.

Cloud-based point of sale software can be directly accessed from the web and offers a streamlined system that works on most devices and gives users the ability to manage their POS anywhere there’s a wifi connection.

Why use POS software?

Any physical business that takes payments can benefit from POS software. Here’s why:

Prevent human error

Manually adding up transactions leaves your business open to human error. These errors may be small but they add up over time and your business could be losing out on potential income. A POS system might cost you a little more each month but will help ensure your figures are accurate which is important for tax, compliance and growing your business.

Reduce theft

Unfortunately  some business losses are due to theft from their own employees. A POS system can add a layer of accountability to track and evaluate transactions. The ability to assign employee codes and permissions can restrict access to certain areas of your backend and ensure sales, discounts and refunds can be tracked to a specific employee.

Increase efficiency

POS software can significantly speed up your checkout process with scan, tap or search features and you have product and customer data at your fingertips. You’ll be able to serve more people in a day and your customers will be much more likely to come back if they don’t have to wait in line to make a purchase.

Grow your business

Do you know what your best-selling product is? What time of day is best for sales? Who your best sales person is? The reporting and analysis that comes built in with POS software is such a valuable tool in identifying what is and isn’t working for your store. Allowing you to use your own store data to optimise sales processes, ordering, promotions and rostering and improve your profit margins.

 

Can I run POS software on any device?
Reckon Cloud POS is a web-based point of sale. This means your POS software will work on any device including a PC, Mac or iPad. All you need to do to get started is log in via a web browser e.g. Chrome.
What are the benefits of a cloud POS system?

Mobility

Using a cloud based POS system gives you the flexibility and mobility to take payments on the go e.g. at your customers table, or at a market stall.

24/7 access

Access your POS software anywhere, anytime even when you aren’t physically in store. Simply log in to your account and you can see real-time sales figures and run reports or add new products or customers.

Beautiful, and intuitive

Cloud based POS software is still relatively new on the market so you get all the benefits of software that has been built with the latest design and user experience principles in mind.

The latest version

Reckon Cloud POS is automatically updated in the cloud. So you’ll always use the latest version with no need to manually download new versions and features.

Online/Offline functionality

Reckon Cloud POS works online and offline so you never miss a sale even if you lose internet connection. Your data will automatically sync back to the cloud when your internet connection returns.

Cost effective

Reckon Cloud POS pricing works on a SaaS (software as service) pricing model.  So you pay a low monthly fee instead of larger upfront payment for your software licence.  Paying month to month also means you aren’t locked into a contract and can cancel anytime.

Security

Your data is safely stored in the cloud so you won’t be affected by theft or accidents to physical hardware. All data servers that have 24/7 security and several layers of encryption.

Integrations

Cloud based software makes it a lot easier to integrate add-ons or connect with other software applications. Reckon Cloud POS integrates with PayPal, Accounts Hosted and Reckon One with more integrations coming soon.

Try Reckon Cloud POS today!

An affordable, easy to use point of sale system with everything a small business needs to grow.