Epicor Retail Cloud vs. Erply

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Epicor POS is primarily directed at medium and large enterprises in the retail sector. The solution is greatly used by multinational retail giants. Epicor POS is available either as SaaS or as an on-premise solution. The SaaS model ensures automatic software updates and minimum IT investment.  ...

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Erply POS converts any iPad, desktop or any other device with Internet browser to a full-fledged POS system that can manage inventory, process transactions and manage business activities.  The software connects the main device to receipt printers, credit card swipers, cash drawers etc. Along wi...

  • Point Of Sale (Free)
  • Inventory for E-Commerce
  • Inventory + Retail POS
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Mary
Erplyn has a set of amazing functions that only improve as our company grows

This program helped me adapt my point of sale and inventory management to fit my company’s needs. The customer service is also great, I can tell that they sincerely want to help. I appreciate that a lot. Erply boasts a set of features that will let you customize it any way you want to. Its back-end interface is more complex compared to similar software. But then again, that’s expected due to how robust Erply is.

Joyce
LOVE that Erply can scan bar codes. It's defintiely a unique POS platform

Erply is an excellent POS. We couldn’t imagine not using it. Erply is one of the best POS in the market. It offers a weighted code reader feature, which is not used by other POS. Changing prices of the products is a breeze. The inventory process uses different windows at the same time, which is pretty confusing.