Integrated and standalone EPOS solutions

An Electronic Point of Sale (EPOS) system is a critical component for businesses, as it helps manage sales, inventory, and customer data. There are two main types of EPOS systems: integrated and standalone.


A stand-alone EPOS

A stand-alone EPOS system works on its own and is not connected to any other systems in a business. This kind of system is usually used in small stores or businesses that only need basic point-of-sale features. Standalone EPOS systems are easy to set up, use, and keep up with, which makes them a good choice for small businesses. Most of the time, they cost less than integrated EPOS systems.


Integrated EPOS system

On the other hand, an integrated EPOS system is made to work with other software and hardware in a business. This system is perfect for larger businesses or enterprises that need a more complex and centralised way to track sales, inventory, and customer information. Integrated EPOS systems can be linked to other systems, like accounting software or customer relationship management (CRM) software, to give a full picture of how a business runs. Integration of data across multiple systems helps to speed up operations, make better decisions, and improve efficiency. Integrated EPOS systems are usually more expensive than stand-alone EPOS systems, but they offer larger businesses many more features and benefits.

Increased efficiency

EPOS systems automate many of the tasks that used to be done by hand in running a business. This makes tasks like sales transactions and managing inventory easier and faster to do.

Improved accuracy

EPOS systems aid in the reduction of human error in transaction and inventory management, resulting in more accurate data and better decision-making.

Enhanced customer experience

EPOS systems can provide businesses with real-time data on customer behaviour and preferences, allowing them to provide personalised service and improve the overall customer experience.

Streamlined inventory management

EPOS systems provide real-time inventory data, allowing businesses to identify and resolve stock shortages or surpluses quickly.

Increased profitability

EPOS systems can help businesses increase their profitability by automating many tasks and reducing the risk of human error. EPOS systems can help businesses increase their profitability by automating many tasks and reducing the risk of human error.

Better data management

EPOS systems electronically store data, making it easier to manage, analyse, and access than manual methods.

Enhanced security

Security features such as encrypted data storage and secure login protocols are common in EPOS systems, helping to protect sensitive customer and business data.


EPOS systems can be tailored and scaled to meet the needs of a growing company, allowing it to adapt to changing market conditions and customer demands.

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Point-of-sale (POS) transactions

Accepting credit and debit cards, cash, and other payment methods.

Inventory management

Tracking, reordering, and reporting inventory levels.

Customer management

Managing customer history, billing, and loyalty programmes.

Real-time sales

Consumer behaviour, and other company analytics reporting.


The capacity to integrate with other systems, such as accounting or CRM, to provide a complete perspective of a business's operations.


Creating bespoke reporting, payment processes, and inventory management systems for a business.

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