Dealers will be able to upgrade the software for increased functionality

EVOPOS now offering free EPOS to bike shops

Electronic point of sale specialist EVOPOS is for the first time offering a free version of its Dealer Management System to bicycle retailers.

In a move believed to be an industry first, the free-of-charge offer includes the all-in-one, industry-specific dealer management system, incorporating tools a point of sale suite, a contacts database, stock management, workshop organiser, e-Marketing tools, CRM, SMS Marketing and accounting features.

Dealers will be able to upgrade the software for increased functionality.

Evopos explained: “The free version allows dealers to create professional looking invoices, retain customer and supplier contact details, and view a detailed sales history for your contacts. If dealers require more functionality for your system, such as stock control features or e-Marketing tools, you can simply add these on at any time and pay a small monthly fee for each additional module; for example, to add the stock control module, or the workshop organiser, it costs only £15 per month, per module.”

Evopos managing director Denis Bullen added: “Gone are the days of huge investments and lengthy installations; once you register on our portal, you can download our software straight away, at no cost to you.

“Our exceptional support team are on hand to assist with any questions, just log your queries on the portal and wait for a reply. If you begin to purchase more modules, you will get access to our telephone support, which is second to none in its quality of customer service.

“We’re very excited to be giving something back to the industry’s that have inspired us to create a reliable, efficient and comprehensive dealer management system.”

To take advantage of the offer head to to find out more. For more details contact Evopos on 0845 644 9424.

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