Xero and Retail Express POS Integration

Retail Express POS is a Xero Add-on

Retail Express is a point of sale system designed for single-store retail businesses and multi-store retail businesses with up to 80 stores. It powers retail businesses who sell items as furniture and homeware, fashion and accessories, recreational goods and all other general retail. The basic rule is, if you sell something (with the exception of food), Retail Express can help. If your business sells online, or would like to, Retail Express can design, build and integrate a custom webstore.

Set up your webstore with Retail Express

How it works with Xero

A summary of your daily trading activity moves across from Retail Express to Xero as a journal entry. The detail of this activity remains stored in Retail Express and can be accessed at anytime with a number of easy to use reporting functions.

Specifically, the data that transfers from Retail Express to Xero includes:

  • Sales
  • Cost of Sales
  • Customer Payments
  • Purchase Orders
  • Stock Adjustments

Why use Retail Express?

It provides you ultimate control and visibility into your retail business operations and empowers you to make informed decisions and see more profitable growth. The Xero add-on integration streamlines your accounting process and makes reconciliation a quick and easy task.

“The best way to discover Retail Express for yourself is to book a guided tour of the platform and you will see why this is a great product for the Retail space, coupled with Xero to streamline the Accounting” – Robert King, Northern Business Consultants

Try it today

Sign up for Retail Express today by visiting their website or phoning them on 1300 732 618

4 Comments

James
June 6, 2014 at 11:17 am

This seems more infomercial than honest blog post…

Tom Mackintosh
June 6, 2014 at 2:30 am

Why does this not work with food? and in what context?

We have looked into similar software’s such as Vend HQ, but they were rather unhelpful!

can you tell me if this would work in a pub or restaurant. and if not, why not?

Thanks,
Tom

Adam Johnson
June 6, 2014 at 1:34 am

A bit misleading. Having both Retail Express and Xero, what I have learned is that you can’t integrate the two unless you use a third (paid) party called Onesaas that sucks the info out of Retail Express and puts it into Xero.

I haven’t managed to make that work yet, which is probably more a reflection on me than any of the three packages, but it’s definitely not straightforward.

Jon
September 9, 2014 at 3:20 pm

The only company I managed to find that does do this properly is Intelligent Retail. Don’t need a third party software

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