Furniture Store Software

Furniture Store POS systems handle delivery scheduling and route planning for delivery. Inventory may be located on the showroom floor, in a storeroom or in a separate warehouse. Items are generally one of three types; stock, special order and customize to order. The POS should handle customization options and take deposits. Expensive furniture, decor and antique inventory is often floorplanned. The inventory system and the accounts payable system must share information to calculate floorplan amounts and payments.

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Square Point of Sale

Square Point of Sale is a mobile POS system available for iOS and Android devices. Key capabilities of the Square POS system include online payment processing, sales reports, inventory tracking, digital receipts, email and SMS mar...Read more

4.66 (1794 reviews)

106 recommendations

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Rain POS

Rain is an all-in-one point-of-sale, website, and marketing system for small to midsized retailers. Music, dive, sporting goods, paddle, craft, sewing, quilting, and clothing boutiques will find Rain is an excellent fit for their...Read more

4.30 (120 reviews)

56 recommendations

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Revel Systems

Revel is a cloud-based business platform that integrates operations and customer channels with point-of-sale (POS) functionality in a single dashboard. It is suitable for stores and restaurants of all sizes and provides users with...Read more

3.70 (298 reviews)

41 recommendations

NetSuite

With an integrated system that includes ERP, financials, commerce, inventory management, HR, PSA, supply chain management, CRM and more – NetSuite enables fast-growing businesses across all industries to work more effectively by a...Read more

4.10 (818 reviews)

38 recommendations

Lightspeed Retail

Lightspeed Retail is a cloud-based POS solution that is suitable for retailers in industries such as apparel, footwear, bike, jewelry, pet, sporting goods and home decor. The solution offers retailers tools including inventory man...Read more

4.22 (853 reviews)

19 recommendations

Ordorite

Ordorite offers a fully end-to-end management software solution for furniture, bedding and related retailers. The system can manage every aspect of your business from point of sale, inventory control, warehouse management, deliver...Read more

5.00 (1 reviews)

10 recommendations

Agiliron

Agiliron cloud-based point-of-sale (POS) solution is designed to serve both in-store and mobile businesses as well as online sales channels. The system offers a host of features that work in tandem with the point-of-sale solution,...Read more

4.45 (32 reviews)

8 recommendations

STORIS

STORIS provides integrated retail software solutions for furniture, bedding, and appliance retailers. STORIS has been serving the home furnishings industry for 30 years. STORIS’ technology platform enables retailers to implement a...Read more

4.35 (46 reviews)

7 recommendations

Smartwerks

Smartwerks_USA is a point of sale and accounting software application. It is best suited to small and midsize specialty retailers like mattress stores, gift shops, patio stores, and jewelry stores. Key features include point of sa...Read more

4.55 (32 reviews)

5 recommendations

Paladin POS

Paladin POS is an on-premise point-of-sale (POS) solution designed for small and midsize businesses. It offers return order management, checkout, discount management and customer loyalty program management functionalities within a...Read more

4.62 (21 reviews)

5 recommendations

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Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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ACCEO Retail-1

ACCEO Retail-1 is a complete omnichannel software suite designed and developed for today’s modern retailer. Users can seamlessly manage and control all aspects of their omnichannel retail business with a single software system tha...Read more

4.00 (1 reviews)

4 recommendations

GiftLogic

GiftLogic is a retail management solution for small businesses. In addition to Point of Sale, the solution includes inventory management, customer management, and e-commerce integrations. GiftLogic is an on-premise solution, and c...Read more

4.22 (38 reviews)

3 recommendations

AltheaSuite

AltheaSuite Inventory Management is a comprehensive inventory management solution for all businesses. It's a cloud-based SAS solution and works on all modern web browsers and devices. This solution is developed with a strong focus...Read more

5.00 (9 reviews)

1 recommendations

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Shopify

Shopify is a web-based e-commerce platform that offers a mobile POS (mPOS) system. The mPOS enables users to manage their business and complete transactions in-store as well as at markets, pop-ups, and trade shows. The e-commerce ...Read more

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Fishbowl

Fishbowl is a hybrid manufacturing and warehouse management solution designed for small and midsize companies. Key features include inventory control, material requirements planning (MRP), job shop floor control, work order manage...Read more

Cin7

Cin7 is a cloud-based retail management solution with e-commerce, inventory management, point of sale (POS) and reporting features. The solution combines the functions of inventory management, POS, third-party logistics (3PL) and ...Read more

Square for Retail

Square for Retail is a cloud-based point of sale (POS) and retail solution for all retailers. Key features include inventory management, customer relationship management, reporting and employee management. The solution comes with ...Read more

uAttend

uAttend is an employee management system developed for all mobile platforms. It is a cloud-based solution for tracking attendance and time records for employees. The application allows employees to punch-in and out via web browser...Read more

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Clover

Clover POS is an integrated point-of-sale (POS) system with custom hardware designed for several types of retailers. This POS system is available in both web-based and server-based deployment versions and offers countertop hardwar...Read more

Route4Me

Route4Me is a cloud-based fleet management solution designed for small, midsize and large businesses. Primary features include route planning and routing guides. It allows users to type-in or upload customer addresses and plan a r...Read more

Buyers Guide

Last Updated: May 20, 2022

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What Is Furniture Store POS & Inventory Software?
Common Features of Furniture Store POS & Inventory Software
Market Trends to Understand

What Is Furniture Store POS & Inventory Software?

Furniture and home decor stores face challenges on three fronts. First, there is the sheer size of the inventory, both in scope and in actual physical dimensions. Second, there are the options that the store has to pay for stock inventory. Third, there are the options that customers have to pay for purchases.

Furniture and decor items can range in size from sitting on a coffee table to filling an entire room. Often, purchases are delivered directly to the customer. The POS system must handle delivery scheduling and there should be a module for route planning for delivery. Inventory may be located on the showroom floor, in a storeroom or in a separate warehouse. Items are generally one of three types; stock, special order and customize to order. The POS should handle customization options and take deposits.

Expensive furniture, decor and antique inventory is often floorplanned. The inventory system and the accounts payable system must share information to calculate floorplan amounts and payments.

Installment sales are the rule for furniture; stores either factor the sale or carry the paper. In the first case, the system needs to calculate the discount and notify the factoring company. In the second case, the POS and the accounts receivable system must calculate payments (including “no interested for X months” calculations) and generate coupon books, if required.

Payroll is standard, but most furniture and decor retailers need support for commissions and sales quotas. General ledger is standard, but there tend to be many corrective entries as accounts payable and receivables change; for example, if a customer takes longer to pay then 24 months, then the interest rate changes from zero percent to 22 percent. Most systems are run on-premises, but software as a service (SaaS) offerings are available and cloud-based systems are attractive alternatives for those upgrading existing computer systems or replacing paper-based systems.

 

Common Features of Furniture Store POS & Inventory Software

We often hear interested buyers ask, "What's the best furniture store software?" While it's hard to drill down to just one vendor that offers the best POS for furniture store, these are the requirements that buyers should inquire about. In addition to core business functions, furniture and decor retailers should consider the following functions to meet their unique requirements:

Floor planning The system needs to track which items are floorplanned and the due dates for payments. If a floorplanned item is sold, the system needs to post the transaction through to accounts payable for payment.
Suite sales Furniture and decor items are often sold in suites, for example, a dining room with a table, chairs and buffet. The POS and inventory should properly price the sales of suites and individual items and reset inventory valuation as necessary.
Factoring The system should support factoring accounts receivable. It should prepare factoring documentation as required and correctly update the accounts receivable system.
Credit sales The POS and accounts receivable need to properly handle credit sales. It must handle variable terms and promotional terms. It must be able to handle a mix of store-held paper and factored credit.
Layaway The POS system should allow customers to put products on layaway and identify the item as such in the inventory system. The layaway payments should be treated as deposits in the general ledger.
Promotional pricing The system should allow sale and promotional pricing. The pricing should change in the POS and inventory automatically at a specified time and date, if desired.
Line management Pieces of furniture and decor items are often produced as part of a line. The system should track which other items are available in stock and which are available by special order.
Delivery scheduling The POS system should be able to schedule deliveries at the time of purchase. Fulfillment systems should be able to plot delivery routes for each day.
Customizing/special order Many items are available customized to order, a basic frame with a choice of finishes or upholstery. The POS system should be able to quote for customized-to-order goods, estimate finish dates and schedule pick up or delivery.
Inventory tracking The system should be able to track the location of each item, whether it is on the floor, in the stockroom or in the warehouse. For chain stores, furniture retail software should track which showroom has the items and allow in store transfers or customer pick up at other locations.
Appointment management Stores that have sales quotas or commission pay should have an appointment system to support the sales representatives. Customers can ask for availability and schedule appointments with specific sales reps if desired. Advanced systems will have self-service appointment systems available online.
Split tender The system must be able to accept payment over several different methods. For example, a customer may want to pay with cash and two different credit cards. The system must properly apply the split payments to the correct ledger accounts.

Market Trends to Understand

There are a few things furniture store software buyers should be paying attention to:

  • Software as a Service: Retail furniture software buyers have more options than ever when it comes to managing their store, with more vendors offering multiple deployment options. Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions are deployed online, giving you access to inventory management and POS from any supported Web browser. Updates and patches for your system are downloaded and installed, with IT support bundled into the month-to-month pricing model. Your POS and inventory management systems are hosted by the vendor, and easily sync with your online storefront. And because upfront costs are low, these solutions tend to be more affordable than traditional on-premise deployment options.
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  • Support for mobile devices: Furniture software systems are increasingly offering retail solutions with mobile capabilities. Some of the best furniture software store vendors are developing native apps for mobile devices that put the power of your register in an employee’s pocket. With mobile technology, employees can review inventory availability, create purchase orders and schedule shipping directly from the sales floor via their smartphones or tablets. And with ecommerce integration, Mobile versions of your online storefront allow customers to browse your product or track orders on the go.