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Real-world POS System Prices from BuyerZone Buyers

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We regularly survey BuyerZone users to ask how their purchases went. We've used their responses to provide a sampling of actual prices paid for POS systems.

The two major types of POS systems are those that focus on retail businesses, and those designed for hospitality businesses like restaurants, night clubs, and service-focused businesses like hair salons and dry cleaners. The difference is the features they offer, not the price: as you'll see below, the prices for both can vary tremendously.

Some factors that have the most impact on price are whether or not you require installation, training, and ongoing technical support with your system. Basic POS systems can be set up by anyone with some computer skills, but more complicated systems - those that include networked POS stations or multiple locations - are better left to the pros.

More expensive software includes features such as remote access, which allows you to check in on business from anywhere, and more comprehensive reporting.

Retail businesses

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Hospitality businesses

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Want more information on choosing an POS system? Read our POS Systems Buyer's Guide.

Information was provided by BuyerZone users. Quotes have been edited for clarity only.

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