Epos Now Reviews

Views Epos Now's point of sale (POS) solution for your businesses. Includes info on Epos Now, free trials, reviews, pricing, and FAQs.

Updated on July 1st, 2019

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Epos Now is a cloud-based provider of point of sale (POS) solutions for retail and hospitality businesses. Epos Now can be used on any device or platform with a web browser, or by using Epos Now's IOS or Android app. They are the first POS company to introduce an App Store.

Pricing:

Plan Name

Pricing

Retail POS System

$1,799.00, or $72.00 per month

Hospitality POS System

$1,799.00, or $74.00 per month

Handheld Retail Tablet

$949.00

iPad POS System

$599.00

EPOSNow Reviews
Review:

Pros: Robust POS system. Easy to navigate.

Cons: Unlike some competitors, it doesn't have a built-in application for the bulk import of data.

Bottomline: Attractive-looking system that caters to the needs of a wide range of businesses.

Key Information:

Founder

Jacyn Heavens

Founded

2011

Headquarters

Norwich, United Kingdom

Number of Employees

164

Number of Customers

30,000

CEO

Jacyn Heavens

Address

Norwich Business Park, 3 Whiting Road, Norwich NR4 6DJ, United Kingdom

Phone

+1 855-434-3767

Website

www.eposnow.com

Reviews:

Source

Review

sumuraijack2010 - reddit.com

Epos Now sucks. It will give you in sequential invoice numbers if you're doing a lot of POS sales, which makes it very difficult for bookkeeping. On top of that, their support line ignores your request if you want to cancel. And they can get quite unresponsive when you're asking for help.

DrunkieMunkie - reddit.com

Found them to be as bad as Oracle. Honestly, jump ship before you need to update any menus or firmware, Awful support from EPos Now.

FAQs:

What is EPOS Now's price range?

Epos Now will cost your business between $72.00 and $1,799.00.

See Epos Now's full list of prices.

Does EPOS Now offer a free trial?

Yes. Epos Now offers 30-day free trials that you can access on their login page.

See Epos Now's full list of prices.

Can you suggest some alternative sites to EPOS Now?