Connect your brick-and-mortar store or pop-up location’s POS with our integrated e-commerce platform.
Eliminate manual data entry and reduce administrative work through our integration with Shopify.
Keep inventory up to date by synchronizing your brick-and-mortar with your online store.
Get started with SimpleConsign quickly, with simple onboarding, training, and support.
Built on Amazon Web Services (AWS) framework, SimpleConsign's cloud-based infrastructure is secure and stable.
Access your business, run reports, check inventory, and manage consignors from anywhere on any device.
Improve efficiency and save time with SimpleConsign’s secure and stable all-in-one point-of-sale, inventory, consignor management, and reporting platform.
SimpleConsign’s powerful functionality can streamline operations, unlocking business growth.
Flexible pricing lets you scale up or down to fit your consignment store or resale business needs.
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Whether you have a brick-and-mortar store or an online business, there are multiple ways to integrate a POS system with e-commerce. One way for consignment businesses to manage their integration is by using SimpleConsign, a platform tailor-made for consignment and resale, designed to offer a superior customer experience.
When your POS is integrated with Shopify within a solution like SimpleConsign, consignment store owners can sync products directly between the two platforms. This allows consignment shops and their back-office to eliminate dual data entry and automatically keep consignor balances and inventory quantities up to date.
Most ERP solutions can be linked to your POS systems using an API or integration.
API stands for application programming interface, which is a way for two different programs to exchange data. An API is a set of protocols and standards that allows different software programs to communicate with one another.