Wer nutzt diese Software?
Quetzal POS richtet sich an Einzelhändler, die Produkte verkaufen, nicht an Dienstleistungen. Nicht passend für: Gastronomie, komplexe Dienstleistungen oder elektronische Waren.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung15 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.5 / 5
- Kundenservice 5 / 5
- Funktionen 4.5 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.5 / 5
- Startpreis 75,00 $/Monat
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Mobile - iOS Native
24/7 (Live Vertreter)
Support während der Geschäftszeiten
Angaben zum Hersteller
- Gegründet 2012
Quetzal POS ist eine Cloud-basierte und mobile iPad-Point-of-Sale (POS)-Lösung speziell für den Fachhandel. Ein typischer Kunde gehört der Modebranche an, aber auch andere Sektoren eignen sich gut: Kleidung, Schuhe, Accessoires, Lederwaren, Handtaschen, Kosmetik, Düfte, Spielwarenläden, Souvenirläden und Haustierzubehör-Geschäfte. Dieses Produkt ist einfach zu bedienen, einfach zu lernen und speziell für den Einzelhandel entworfen. Für das Abonnement fallen keine zusätzlichen / versteckten Gebühren an.
- Elektronische Unterschrift
- Kassensysteme für Einzelhandel
- Mehrere Standorte
- Berichterstattung / Analyse
- E-Mail Marketing
- Elektronischer Handel
- Mehrere Standorte
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Quetzal
Bewertet am 21.4.2017
Great Start to a New Beginning
Kommentare: After considering several POS systems recommended by consultants and well meaning friends, we chose Quetzal because they demonstrated a good understanding of the Canadian banking system and were able to integrate their services with our bank. We were also very happy to be able to use the system without being locked into a long term contract. Navigation through the system features was somewhat complex and a little overwhelming at the start. I do not think I could have learned how to use this POS without the help of an expert guiding me through it. The person helping me learn the new system was very patient to show me every detail and answered all my questions thoroughly. He did have to ask an expert at Quetzal for advice about some of my questions, but I got answers within a couple of minutes while we were still on the call together. I am very pleased with the level of support I have received so far (two weeks into the relationship) and expect things will continue to be great in the future.
Vorteile: Easy integration with the Canadian banking system and Moneris terminal services. Integration of all inventory offered in the storefront and on-line, managed in real time so on-line customers cannot see products that have already been sold in the storefront and storefront customers cannot buy products allocated to on-line purchases.
Nachteile: Many features are buried deep in the navigation menus. I will likely need help in the future to use some of the system features effectively.
Antwort des Softwareanbieters
von Quetzal an 1.5.2017
Mel, thank you so much for taking the time to write a review about our product. We take customer feedback seriously, and in one of our most recent surveys, we got a LOT of amazing feedback from customers like yourself. Today, is the start of a completely new version of Quetzal POS. It's 100% new and now is even simpler, plus can operate 100% offline.
Bewertet am 12.6.2015
Merchant Maverick - Professional POS Reviewer
Kommentare: Quetzal is designed from the ground up for one specific group of customers: forward-thinking and stylish clothing and shoe retailers who have one to two locations with ambitions to open a few more. Any POS worth talking about is going to have great historical reporting with the ability to filter according to different criteria, and it's no different here: check out sales by product, by size, by color, by customer, by cashier, by date, by brand, by buy, by golly. In retail, as in life, those who forget history are doomed to repeat it, and Quetzal uses the historical data to help you with your future in the Reporting Metrics screen, specifically the 'What to Buy' report. Here again you can filter the report to whatever criteria you like, and the POS will report to you the 'velocity' at which each item sells, essentially the sales per day. Based on this rate, and how many you have in stock, it then calculates how many you need to buy if you want to stay in stock for the next 2 weeks, 30 days, or 2 months (your choice).These are the kinds of predictive tools that the big box stores use to make sure that they're spending only the money they need to spend, and reaping the most profit on what they spent; One final note about the reporting is that it's not just confined to the Reporting window. If you're looking at a customer profile, you'll see her complete spend history. With the Back Display, you can sync up any modern mobile device with your terminal to show each item and the running total in a customer facing display, as it's being scanned in. I don't really like giving out five stars, because there's the implication of perfection that comes along with that rating. Perfection is impossible, though, with two exceptions: cheeseburgers and air conditioning, and Quetzal is neither of these. But if I go back and look at some of the apps I've reviewed and given 4.5 stars, I find that Quetzal outdoes all of them. Sure, its scope is narrower, and it isn't right for every retail situation. But that's what makes it so good. The makers of Quetzal identified a niche they could serve, and then went ahead and served the hell out of it. At every level of app design, Quetzal stands above its competitors, from the way it implements the functions you know you need to the way it gives you features you didn't know you wanted. For those of you who own the type of shops Quetzal is targeting, this is the POS to check out.
Antwort des Softwareanbieters
von Quetzal an 18.5.2016
Thanks for taking the time to review our products. It's only getting better : )