uniCenta

Learn more about uniCenta POS software with a key information table, pricing information and frequently asked questions.

Updated on December 6th, 2019

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uniCenta is a popular free POS system. The uniCenta platform is open-source, so developers and programmers in your organization can make changes to the software and customize it to suit your business.

Pricing:

At the moment, uniCenta is available for free. However, paid plug-ins may be available soon.

uniCenta Reviews
Review:

Pros: Works on Windows, Linux, and Mac. Cloud and local hosting options.

Cons: Information on the website and user reviews suggest that the platform has not been updated recently.

Bottomline: UniCenta has many features that are found with other free POS systems, but it lacks the regular updates that an active business may need.

Key Information:

Founder

Jack Gerrard

Founded

2010

CEO

Jack Gerrard

Phone Number

+44 20 3051 8601

Website

www.unicenta.com

FAQs:

Even though uniCenta is free, do I need to obtain a software license?

There is no licensing for uniCenta POS. You can install the software on as many computers as you want for an unlimited period of time.

Is uniCenta available in different languages?

Yes, uniCenta can be used in 17 different languages.

How do I contact uniCenta support?

uniCenta does not have a support phone number or email address, but there is a support forum for customers. You can visit the forum by going to their website

Customer Reviews:

T4RD15

Reviewed: Feb 12, 2017

Source: Reddit

uniCenta is what I'm switching to now, its really great open source software, with support you can pay for as needed. Look into it.

Thomas Kenyon

Reviewed: Jan 02, 2018

Source: Twitter

The biggest problem I remember with chromis/unicenta is that when scripting (Jakarta iirc), it's missing most of the basic libraries. Eg MathTool. I've never had any problems with databases.