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The team behind Sellsy has upped its game once again with a point-of-sale extension that goes along with Sellsy’s intuitive CRM software. Businesses that use Sellsy for online invoicing, collaboration, time tracking, and help desk management can also rely on the platform to unify inventory between brick-and-mortar and e-commerce stores and manage transactions using the Sellsy cash till.
The complete sales management system includes features for CRM pipelines, invoicing, time tracking, teamwork, task management, help desk management, and purchases and inventory management. The solution helps businesses keep track of profits in real-time, with instant reports for previewing margins project-after-project and keeping track of the hours spent working on individual business tasks.
Sellsy is a soup-to-nuts platform that offers the necessary tools that business owners need to run their companies. Since its debut, Sellsy has provided users with CRM, invoicing, teamwork, time tracking, inventory management, and help desk solutions. In late 2013, the company debuted a point-of-sale system, as well. Quickly dubbed the “cash register from the future,” Sellsy’s POS connects to Mac, PCs, and tablets. Users also have the option to take advantage of a complete add-on product range that includes receipt printers, barcode scanners, and cash tills.
Businesses that utilize Sellsy’s integrated tools benefit by being able to optimize their processes, with features that enable visual reporting and data filtering. Users can even add custom fields to filter their own data and adapt Sellsy to their existing business workflows.
Intended for use by small businesses, freelancers, mid-size businesses, and non-profits, Sellsy already has more than 3,700 customers. The sales management platform was built for companies that manage clients, send invoices, or rely on time tracking tools. The POS solution is a feature that Sellsy’s small business clients are able to take advantage of, as well.
Sellsy provides its users with a smart cash register for their points-of-sale. Clients can opt to use their own gear, or they can choose from Sellsy’s product range, which includes receipt printers, barcode scanners, and everything else necessary to create a complete POS system.
Using Sellsy’s POS allows you to unify your inventory between POS and e-commerce. Stock lists are the same whether someone is browsing your inventory online or in a brick-and-mortar store. Meanwhile, because the POS is integrated with the rest of Sellsy’s platform, you can monitor sales in real-time and know exactly where you stand financially at any point. Create client records from your cash register without worrying about entering any complicated records. An email address alone is enough to start building relationships with customers through Sellsy’s connected CRM.
Sellsy’s CRM solution works to help teams function in a unified environment while keeping employee satisfaction at the forefront. Leads can be collected straight from a website or Sellsy’s connected POS solution. Sellsy’s CRM also includes tools for task management and emails management, as well.
Use Sellsy’s Wordpress, Drupal, or Prestashop modules to automate your opportunities, and click on the “pipeline view” to see the real-time status of all your business opportunities. Sellsy uses visual indicators to provide you with insight into how your actions are impacting the bottom line, with a drag-and-drop interface that you can use to quickly move opportunities through the sales pipeline.
Powerful invoicing tools are one of the ways that Sellsy differentiates itself from competitors in the marketplace. Small businesses can use Sellsy to create professional-looking estimates and invoices with integrated branding features.
Sellsy’s invoicing module offers the capability to manage all different types of documents in addition to client invoices, including estimates, orders, credit notes, payment invoices, and delivery slips. Sellsy automatically sends recurring invoices to clients who’ve signed up for subscription services. You can also send reminders to clients who are late paying their bills.
Time tracking is a fundamental tool for businesses that are interested in tracking employee performance. Without a firm grasp on how much time their employees are spending on projects, it can be nearly impossible for managers to evaluate the true ROI and the margins for an individual project.
Throw out your Excel spreadsheets, and start using Sellsy’s time tracking features instead. When you track your time with Sellsy, that data gets imported seamlessly into your monthly invoices. This allows professionals to directly bill their clients based on the time spent working on specific projects. Sellsy offers a native Mac application, which makes it even easier to track time through the platform. Time tracking features are available on the web, along with Sellsy’s mobile applications.
Sellsy is an open solution, which means businesses can utilize Sellsy’s API, in addition to a growing number of third-party integrations. Specifically, Sellsy integrates with Gmail and Google Apps. CRM add-ons and e-commerce integrations are available with popular business services like Dropbox, MailChimp, WordPress, Drupal, MailJet, Joomla!, and PrestaShop.
Sellsy’s pricing is based on the specific options that individual users require. As a result, no two businesses will pay the same rate to use all of Sellsy’s tools. Main subscriptions start from $30.90 per month, with teamwork tools billed at an additional $7.50 per user, per month. Sellsy accepts payments via credit card and Paypal and allows users to cancel anytime.
Helps businesses keep track of profits in real-time.
Unify inventory between brick-and-mortar and e-commerce stores.
Sellsy is built for small and mid-size businesses.
Point-of-sale extension that goes along with an intuitive CRM solution.
Keep track of the time spent working on specific client tasks.