Oliver POS Software

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About Oliver POS

Oliver POS is a point-of-sale (POS) system built on top of WooCommerce. Made with small to medium retailers in mind, Oliver POS seamlessly combines e-commerce and physical stores. Everything is integrated with Oliver POS, eliminating the need for multiple integrations, syncing with other systems, and manually updating inventory. This means Oliver POS is always in-sync with WooCommerce products, customers, orders, settings and thousands of WooCommerce plugins. Hardware can be purchased from Oliver POS or through third-party vendors. OliverPOS is compatible with multiple devices, whether it’s an iPad, Mac or PC. Third party barcode scanners and cash registers are also supported. Shop owners will have various reporting tools at their disposal, so they can easily ...

Oliver POS Pricing

Oliver POS now is available for Freemium. Basic version costs $24.99 per month, on monthly subscription Pro version costs $49.99 per month, on monthly subscription Basic version costs $19 per month on annual subscription Pro version costs $39 per month on annual subscription

Starting price: 

$19.00 per month

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Oliver POS User Reviews


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Company size: 51-200 employees

Industry: Retail

Time used: Less than 12 months

Review Source: GetApp

This review was submitted organically. No incentive was offered


out of 5

Value for money

out of 5

Customer support

out of 5


out of 5

December 2021

We made a huge mistake choosing Oliver POS

The worst ever. They are too busy to talk to us, always "in meetings". When the do email us, can never resolve the issues. Blames everything on "the developers" who cannot be reached.


Website, demo, and sales person seemed to be legit. We made a huge mistake.


The absolute worse customer service. Four months in and still cannot get the system to work

Reasons for choosing Oliver POS

Was fooled into believing they were a reliable company. Wish we had gone with woo-commerce.