Amicus is a Windows-based point-of-sale (POS) system that can be used by businesses of all sizes. Typical businesses include restaurants, cafes and small and large retail stores.
Amicus includes POS, inventory management and customer management features. In terms of its POS capabilities, Amicus offers complete customization of the sales screen, customer-facing display, security settings and the receipt layout. Amicus offers various payment options including discount buttons, split payments and payment plans.
For its inventory management capabilities, Amics enables reports that show users stock levels, how much stock is currently being moved and which products are selling fastest.
With its customer management capabilities, Amicus allows users to create customer accounts to keep track of valuable customer information and purchase histories.
Where applicable, Amicus also enables users to invoice customers as needed. Amicus’ customer management also includes a built-in loyalty feature that can track points based on how much money customers spend and administer rewards accordingly.
Amicus is created by Neotechnology, which has been in the POS industry since 1996.
Donald from Law Office fo Donald A Brisson
Specialty: Other specialty retailer
Employees number: 1 employee
I have been using Amicus Attorney since 1995. I will no longer be using this software. I recently received a software malfunction warning regarding a corrupt file. The dates will no longer appear in client files even though they appear in the calendar. I am using Amicus Premium 2015. I contacted support and they told me the previous arrangement I had regarding tech support and updates was no longer available. Now In order for me to get tech support I had to agree to a 3 year contract. This includes updates and for the first time installation - which can be a royal pain in the gluteus maximus. Far too much for this product and far too long of a commitment for a solo. In previous versions I was able to print a list of contacts in each client folder. No longer available. The billing software takes an accountant to figure out and is too cumbersome. Just to mention a few short comings. Amicus has out priced itself.