SalesVu POS is a customizable and entirely cloud-based point of sale (POS) system. Small business owners can choose which features to use and pay for, including the ability to manage inventory, customer information, pricing, payments and more via an iPad or other internet capable device. In this article, you’ll find a breakdown of SalesVu POS Reviews.
We compiled reviews from our own website plus looked at user reviews from around the web to determine what SalesVu customers think about the company. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
SalesVu POS Customer Reviews
Overall Experience: Great
Ease of Use: Great
Customer Service: Good
Summary of SalesVu POS Reviews
We scoured hundreds of reviews and found that SalesVu has generally positive ratings. Here’s what we found:
What SalesVu does well:
People who gave SalesVu a positive review thought that the product’s flexibility was a big plus. Everyone has the option to purchase SalesVu’s modules individually, giving its clients the option to really personalize what they’re willing to pay for. Having this much control means they know exactly where their money is going with no frills and wasted functions.
What SalesVu does not do well:
Most of the negative reviews about SalesVu were related to payment processing. Its partnership with Mercury Payment Systems proved ineffective to some, with the payment processor failing to deliver on product and customer service.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
“I’ve been using SalesVu for almost a year and I love how I’ve been able to customize according to my needs! For a small retail business the ability to choose what features I needed was a big help in savings. I thought at first there were other cheaper options. But for long term I still got the most value for my money.”
Most Helpful Negative User Review
“What drove us away was SalesVu’s relationship with Mercury Payments. They have sub-par expensive equipment and horrible customer service. There were some things that we really liked for example multiple location, inventory and material receipt features. But when Mercury failed to replace two $100 readers after being broken just 5 days past warranty, we moved on. The confusing fee structure also drove us nuts.”
Other SalesVu POS Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful SalesVu reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|Review Website||Average Rating||Number of Reviews||Quality of Reviews|
|Card Payment Options||4.8 out of 5||13 reviews||Good|
|Software Advice||4.5 out of 5||6 reviews||Good|
|Sensor Tower||4.5 out of 5||124 reviews||Fair|
*Average rating as of date article was written: March 4, 2017
How We Determined Quality of User Review Websites
- Card Payment Options caters to reviews of products exactly like SalesVu. The breakdown of reviews into marketing, costs, and service is very helpful.
- Software Advice asks reviewers to rate the product in different categories like ease-of-use or product quality. This makes the reviews easy to decipher.
- Sensor Tower has information about the app, which includes its versions and when they were released, to help a customer make accurate assessments based on when a review was posted.
SalesVu POS Pricing
per month, per location
per month, per location
iOS 8 / above (iPad only)
For cash transactions only
(Integrated processing partners are
Vantiv, WorldPay and EVO. You can opt for other merchants
if you choose the external credit card processing feature
and will not be using the online ordering system.)
$25 / month
($25 / month as an individual module)
|Accounting & Bookkeeping||
Included for all bundles
($10 / month as an individual module)
(Card reader, iPad enclosure, cash register,
bar code scanner, etc.)
24/7 chat, email and phone
You can choose to purchase a bundle if any of their packages make sense for your business. All the Basic Bundles include a POS system, employee scheduling, and accounting & bookkeeping. Based on the industry specific bundle you choose, other features may be included such as an online appointment scheduling feature, the Kiosk app, or an inventory management feature.
You get the same Basic Bundle features on all the Expanded Bundles, plus the addition of customer management and email/Facebook marketing. Based on the industry specific bundle you choose, more modules may be included such as a web/Facebook store feature, a quote and invoicing feature, or a recurring billing feature.
The iOS app is downloadable for free, and they offer a 15-day free trial of any of the bundles. You can choose to continue with a bundle after the trial, or purchase modules a-la-carte ($10-$25). You can find a more detailed list of modules and bundles here.
Best Pricing Option for Small Business Owners
If you only need a POS system and the inventory management feature for your business, you should opt for purchasing individual modules. Those two mentioned above will only cost you $50/month. But if your business requires more than 3 modules, you should choose a Basic Bundle that suits you to save more money. The Basic and Expanded Bundles aren’t vastly different, since the additional features on the Expanded Bundles are available for purchase as individual modules anyway.