Odoo Point of Sale (POS) is part of Odoo’s integrated suite of business applications. The module is available both on and offline. It provides unified data across stores, and has an integrated inventory management function.
Odoo’s POS module is part of an open source collection of business modules that include accounting, marketing, warehouse management and project management. The POS module is priced monthly with discounts for those opting for yearly contracts. There are no license costs. Odoo POS is suited for retail business with two to 10 stores.
Features of the POS module include wireless support, receipt/label printer, customer history, inventory tracking and automated ordering. It’s a Web-based system and supports operations on iOS, Android, Windows and most other platforms.
Odoo is on the INC 5000 fastest growing European companies 2015 list. In 2013, Ernst & Young awarded Odoo their L’Entreprise Prometteuse” award, naming them the most promising company of 2013.
James from Technology intelligence Agency
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Definitely consider getting a demo of this app and make sure it's going to meet your needs. Odoo POS is a fantastic option for offering additional functionality to your Odoo ERP.
Odoo ERP is an incredible platform. Their POS makes it very easy to extend our offerings to our stores. All of the functions and features are intuitive and their locations seem to be perfect. It is simple to set up and integrate with the existing ERP infrastructure.
Their price and customization is the only real downside to this platform. They have great support; it's more about the fact that there isn't a whole lot of customization options out of the box. The cost seems to be a bit higher than some ERPs out there but, generally much lower than most.
karen from KRS
Employees number: 11-50 employees
This has the ability to make checking customers out a breeze. we are only a few short weeks into using the system and we have already seen better customer experiences as well as employee expereinces. The ability to add pictures to POS and the ability to Scan and use different apps with POS is amazing.
Jeff from Jeff Brown Lifescience
Employees number: 11-50 employees
ODOO has a full functioning shopping cart, and integration across manufacturing allows some control of inventory and Quality release.
ODOO was not really written with quality systems in mind, so if you're operating in a regulated industry, or using a Quality Management System, you will need to figure out how to hold/control product using inventory locations or some other work around.
Paulo from EUROGOLD - COMERCIO E SERVIÇOS, LDA
Specialty: Grocery / supermarket
Very simple to use but powerfull enough. Besides that, Odoo totally integrates with all applications and it's full opensource which means we can tune-it up the way we want on very easy way.
Upgrade from different versions is somehow complex
It's very simple to test it from windows or even on Odoo.com web site from a test instance. Just do it.
Kathleen from Parrotdise Perch
Specialty: Manufacturing & wholesale
Conceptually this integrated cloud based system sounds great.
This European based company providing a cloud based POS system has failed miserably. After several months of uploading data and finally at the stage to be able to test the Odoo POS it was discovered what they already knew; that Odoo POS can not handle taxes in Canada or the USA properly. The Odoo POS system is only capable of charging the local taxes. Sale shipped out of state or province with different tax rates can not be processed in the Odoo POS without the wrong tax being charged. Their solution is to create new databases for each state and province with unique SKU's and Barcodes and have staff log in to a different database when shipping any place that has a different tax.
If you are considering this product be sure to have it fully functioning within the first FREE 30 days before signing on the dotted line. They do not refund the paid subscription even when they are selling a product that they know has a major flaw.