If, like many others, you too sell your products both online and in a point-of-sale, you probably felt like running two completely different businesses.
Although the suppliers, the stock, and all of the sale process are the same, you just don't understand why the coordination turns out to be so difficult.
You could consider selling your products online only, of course. You would lose many chances, though.
What if you could synchronize everything? Indeed, your e-commerce already manages the whole process. It shouldn't take much to manage also the sales made in your point-of-sale.
In no time you could manage everything through a unique point and, as a consequence, incredibly streamline your business.
Get rid of complex management costs and use your e-commerce in your point-of-sale.
Let your dream come true with YITH POINT OF SALES.
This extension turns your WooCommerce into a real checkout where you can sit down and sell your products directly to your customers.
Just like at a check-out, you could create orders, manage discounts and special offers, insert notes in the orders and take care of your customers also as an after-sales service.
This way, your e-commerce will completely turn into your management system too.
Moreover, thanks to the integration with our YITH WooCommerce Barcodes you could upload the products by scanning their barcodes. We’re all set, don’t you think?
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Ahi @Ausilia - sorry for the delay. In case I have multiple vendors on my marketplace, and I want to use the POS, I would like each of them to have access only to their own products. So that each of them will be able to use the POS in their own shops. It will be also god for each of them to know the ratio online/POS in their sales statistics. What will be also interesting is the integration with some of your marketing plugins (share, email, sms...). In that case case each of the vendor will be able to use them right after each completed sales. it will increase a lot the engagement rate. I am also thinking about an integration with the Front-end manager plugin for the stats...