GS Logo
The Green Sheet, Inc

Please Log in

A Thing
View Archives

View PDF of this issue

Care to Share?

Table of Contents

Lead Story

Equipment leasing has its place


Industry Update

PayPal's Discover deal makes room for acquirers

Square reaching beyond micro-merchants with flat rate

MCX - it's about more than the wallet


Research Rundown

A new strategy for health-care payments

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

Campus card fees – fair or foul?

International provider with local focus


Opening gateways to AVS

Chandan Mukherjee
PayCube Inc.


Street SmartsSM:
Perry Mason and the post mortem

Jeff Fortney
Clearent LLC

How to help merchants counter fraudulent orders

Bill Hoidas
Matrix Payment Systems

Tips for managing remote sales teams

Alan Kleinman
Meritus Payment Solutions

The smart way to sell POS systems - Part 1

Joe Porco

Ignite revenue with a sales incentive program

Peggy Bekavac Olson
Strategic Marketing

Company Profile

My Clear Reports

New Products

Online loyalty builder for merchants

Simpli Marketing
Tecmark Inc.

POS software delivers optimum control

Syspro Point of Sale


Oasis in the workplace


2012 events Calendar


Resource Guide


A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

September 10, 2012  •  Issue 12:09:01

previous next

New Products

POS software delivers optimum control

Product: Syspro Point of Sale

Syspro Point of Sale is the latest addition to the Syspro enterprise resource planning (ERP) system currently deployed in over 14,500 businesses worldwide. Built on a single source code for ease of integration, the POS software is designed to help retailers manage the entire business cycle from critical back-office functions to customer-facing sales, payments and returns.

"Syspro has a large number of smaller and mid-sized companies that, like Syspro, compete against multibillion-dollar competitors, yet grow and thrive because they offer better, specialized and/or unique capabilities," stated Brian Stein, Chief Executive Officer of Syspro USA. "Syspro is delivering a single-code, highly integratable enterprise software solution, versus trying to bolt on extensions like so many other ERP companies.

"It gives us better control of our own operations, and it similarly advantages our customers and partners. This is a great tool for companies who want to reap quality, control and margin benefits resulting from managing their own production through sales cycles."

Syspro stated the product features include a customizable touch-screen interface, off-site access with easy to manage security options, online and offline capabilities, multiple payment and loyalty card options, entry and pricing configurability, and inventory management. End-of-day or -shift processes, supply chain and in-transit stock functions, sales audit trails, inventory and customer balance queries, warranty and stock returns can also be tracked and managed using the web-based software.

According to the company, Syspro Point of Sale is adaptable across multiple channels, including e-commerce, mobile and brick-and-mortar environments. Built-in security includes comprehensive permission security and supervisor override controls. Businesses also have the option of integrating other Syspro ERP functions, including general ledger, accounts payable/receivable, sales and purchase orders, and inventory and contact management.

"This is about empowerment from a visibility, analysis and cost and cash-related decision-making standpoint," Stein said. "A high percentage of Syspro customers are both manufacturers and retailers, like Apple distributor Core Computer Business. We're simplifying the complexities involved in the entire order through sale cycle." Target markets for this and other Syspro products include manufacturers and distributors of electronics, machinery and equipment, food, medical device and other products.

The system was designed for enterprises that choose to independently manage all operations, from manufacturing and distribution down to the retail chain, the company said. Syspro offers a reseller program to sell, implement and support its products.


Notice to readers: These are archived articles. Contact names or information may be out of date. We regret any inconvenience.

previous next

Spotlight Innovators:

North American Bancard | USAePay | Board Studios