About Markinson Shopkeeper
Headquartered in Australia, Markinson provides business software solutions to companies across Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region. Products include ERP and POS software, analytics, leveraging relationships, and more. Markinson was founded in 1986.
Markinson’s Shopkeeper is a feature-rich POS software system for retailers with multiple sites. It offers point of sale, inventory control and retail accounting. It is flexible and can be configured to the customer’s specific requirements. This ERP software is a one stop shop for all retail software needs. It is scalable to accommodate many sites and allows access to inventory, ordering strategies, productivity and more from a central interface. It is engineered to optimize business and streamlined to provide information at the touch of a button.
Shopkeeper’s state-of-the-art point of sale software tools includes support for layaway, customer loyalty, and insightful sales analysis. It is complimented by the fully integrated accounting control and inventory management features. The system is extremely user-friendly and intuitive, facilitating easy implementation while creating a faster, less complicated transaction process. Its powerful reporting tools give you the visibility you need for making the most informed business decisions. By streamlining your operations and providing you invaluable insights into your business, Shopkeeper will help you increase productivity while reducing costs and staying ahead of the competition.
Karl’s Mega Sports implemented the Markinson Shopkeeper solution in 2007. With three mega-store outlets, they needed a retail management system that would increase efficiency and provide inventory control, as well as allow accountability. The Shopkeeper solution allows them to set, track, target and report on Key Performance Indicators. They’ve gained an 80% time savings on detailed clothing inventory analysis, and have complete visibility of key data that allows them to make informed buying decisions.
(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Jonathan Darcy)