A Look at 3dcart's New POS App

By Kaya Ismail October 13, 2015 News & Headlines

3dcart, the popular eCommerce platform, has unveiled a Point of Sale App that is compatible with the Apple iPad.


With it, merchants using 3dcart for their online stores can now present their products and process sales from their physical outlets, pop-up stalls, and while on the move. Here's a video explaining how it all works.


A Fully Integrated Retail System

3dcart users can make use of the POS App as an additional arm of their retail business.

The cloud-based app synchronises all sales and activity for online and offline sales, keeping everything under one roof for easier management.

Features include:

  • Presenting products and catalogs to customers via the iPad
  • Accepting card, cash and cheque payments
  • Processing refunds
  • Sending email receipts
  • Discount code generation and application

3dCart provides the hardware in the form of a card reader, and other optionals like a barcode scanner, a register drawer and/or a printer.

Not many of the world's leading eCommerce platforms offer a native Point of Sale app, so this is definitely a noteworthy win for 3dcart and its users. There's no word on how much the extra hardware costs, although I'm guessing it won't be cheap.

The official anouncement can be found here. 3dcart's website also sheds more light on their new app.

You can also explore more of 3dcart through our CMS Directory.

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