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Lightspeed OnSite for Mac

Multi-user point-of-sale system.

$79.00
In English
Version 2015 1.0
3.6
Based on 13 user rates

Lightspeed OnSite overview

Lightspeed is the next generation point-of-sale system that combines Mac innovation with powerful business logic to offer comprehensive and easy-to-use tools for retail stores. Lightspeed's streamlined interface gives a clear overview of your single or multi-store operations, saving you time and giving you absolute control over your business.

With a back-office browser that simplifies purchasing and inventory management, a touchscreen-optimized POS for fast front-counter sales, and a tightly integrated Web store for selling online, LightSpeed is the complete retail solution.

Pricing starts at $79/month

What’s new in version 2015 1.0

Version 2015 1.0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

Lightspeed OnSite for Mac

$79.00
In English
Version 2015 1.0
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3.6

(19 Reviews of Lightspeed OnSite)

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Kbeat
Kbeat
Dec 30 2010
3.3.3
4.0
Dec 30 2010
4.0
Version: 3.3.3
LightSpeed isn't perfect, but if you've spent anytime using or researching POS systems, you'll quickly realize none of them are perfect. There are things I'd like to see improved, and Xsilva is working regularly to do so, but as it stands it's by far the best solution on the Mac, and a major player on any system. We just launched our new web store, which was built on LightSpeed. We're very pleased with how it turned out and so far it's operating very well. http://www.restoration.com/
Ricardo-Palacios
Ricardo-Palacios
Nov 15 2010
3.3
0.0
Nov 15 2010
0.0
Version: 3.3
I am starting a retail business, could you please recommend me a POS software, thanks
Macdahustla
Macdahustla
Aug 29 2010
3.1.1
0.0
Aug 29 2010
0.0
Version: 3.1.1
I have an IT salesguy in at the moment wanting to sell me this and I must admit I am pretty impressed, however, if there is no integration with address book (which isnt end of the world as I dont use address book at moment on my mac) how good it it in terms of the CRM part of it? Will the emails from prospects automatically be recorded on a prospects profile within Lightspeed, can I then easily convert said prospect to customer, can the info contained in lightspeed be used easily for mailing lists etc...?
hyperionracing
hyperionracing
Aug 3 2010
3.1.1
5.0
Aug 3 2010
5.0
Version: 3.1.1
Ha ha, yeah I ran PIMS. Hello FileMaker & Great Plains flash back. There is no way you know both LightSpeed and PIMS to backup your claims. Please talk about what you really know and don't make up BS. I have been using POS on Macs for over 25 years, what you are saying is absolute BS. "A few hundred products", are you for real? I run LightSpeed for two of my companies and each run well above 7k of inventory. Are you sure you are not speaking of CheckOut (which is a great light POS system). I am not going to bash PIMS, in hopes that they develop another great product like similar to LightSpeed. There needs to be more out there for Mac. Xsilva is well on track and has huge multi-store function. ExecUltron, if you follow any of these threads, please consider the idea of getting out of the ugly executed UI you have and lose the FileMaker Database. Hello SQL..... Tractor... wait until you try getting your accounting pack into your accountant. Options for accounting is a must, not some conformed built in system. I push a button and LS moves my all the book keeping details into my AccountEdge, my accountant logs into my server once every two months and I am done, saving my alot on my accounting and book keeping alone. To people posting on these threads, please speak about things you actually have some knowledge on!! Stop the bashing of developers, and maybe take a look at all the POS systems out there (PC versions too). You will see most features sets are the same and learn that retail businesses around the world operate on the same principles.
Trevor-Mead-Robins
Trevor-Mead-Robins
Jun 5 2010
3.0.10
3.0
Jun 5 2010
3.0
Version: 3.0.10
I have to agree that the inability to link DIRECTLY with AddressBook is a pain. You can't Sync directly or even drag an card directly from Address Book. At the very least, I'd like to be able to drag a contact from Address Book directly to LightSpeed. With every upgrade to LightSpeed, the link to Daylight seems to break. I have not moved to Daylight for this reason. While it may be more powerful, I do not want to make the POS more complicated or add any more dominoes. Overall I am very happy with LightSpeed, but will wait until most of the bugs in version 3.0 have been sorted out and for MarketCircle to catch up before upgrading from version 2.9.
Mccbaar
Mccbaar
Sep 18 2013
2.5
Sep 18 2013
2.5
Version: null
Isellbikes
Isellbikes
Apr 16 2012
5.0
Apr 16 2012
5.0
Version: null
Kbeat
Kbeat
Dec 30 2010
4.0
Dec 30 2010
4.0
Version: null
Trevor-Mead-Robins
Trevor-Mead-Robins
Jun 5 2010
3.0
Jun 5 2010
3.0
Version: null
Jasonvance
Jasonvance
Nov 18 2009
3.0
Nov 18 2009
3.0
Version: null
hyperionracing
hyperionracing
Aug 1 2009
5.0
Aug 1 2009
5.0
Version: null
Chma
Chma
Jun 19 2009
1.0
Jun 19 2009
1.0
Version: null
Albertp
Albertp
Apr 17 2009
1.0
Apr 17 2009
1.0
Version: null
scotteg
scotteg
May 1 2007
5.0
May 1 2007
5.0
Version: null
Guest
Guest
Jan 2 2007
5.0
Jan 2 2007
5.0
Version: null
Guest
Guest
Sep 23 2006
4.5
Sep 23 2006
4.5
Version: null
Supredry
Supredry
Aug 17 2006
4.8
Aug 17 2006
4.8
Version: null
Ynot
Ynot
Aug 13 2006
3.5
Aug 13 2006
3.5
Version: null