As a 100% Java-based solution, POS-J by UTC RETAIL offers best-of-breed Point of Sale functionality on a scalable, independent platform with minimal technology investment. This easy-to-use system comes with a host of configurable tools as part of the base application, allowing retailers to customize the solution to their unique needs.
POS-J is designed to be flexible enough for a number of retail industries, including apparel and accessories, gift shops, electronics and appliances, general merchandise retailers and more.
POS-J has lowered the total cost of ownership for retailers by making this system platform completely independent, allowing businesses to choose any commercial or open source product, giving them the freedom to select the environment that best suits their needs. Because it is 100% Java-based, POS-J takes full advantage of leading-edge technologies to provide up-to-the-second data and real-time data transfers, ensuring a clear and accurate view of the organization's performance at any time.
This IT-friendly architecture gives the system enough flexibility to fit into any store environment and can reside as a stand alone or multi-tier network with a variety of deployment options. It can push or pull data at any time, so price changes and promotions made at the corporate level are "live" across the enterprise almost immediately, with no intervention required at the store level.
POS-J provides an entirely secure environment, so in addition to being PA-DSS compliant, it also includes up-to-date guidance from the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), providing awareness to retailers of web application security flaws.
Clark from Amy's Baking Company
I can efficiently get on the same page as my coworkers when using this system-- it's quick to learn, and it works just like you expect it to.
It's a little bit utilitarian. That said, maybe the spartan design is part of what makes it so easy to pick up and run with.
Being able to be consistent with customer service.
This software is very easy to use. I find it easy to catch on since a lot of the system uses the same commands.