Cloud-Based POS Software Jewel360 Launches for Jewelry Retailers
The end-to-end software allows for real-time control over all sales, inventory, repairs, customer communications, and marketing.
Jewel360 launched just in time for the JCK Las Vegas jewelry trade show, where it showcased its platform and features for the industry.
The all-in-one software was created by point-of-sale experts in tandem with jewelry veterans to support retail jewelry businesses, offering real-time visibility and control of online and in-store sales, inventory, repairs, customer communications, and marketing.
The cloud-based software allows for access at any time from a computer or mobile platform, so jewelers are always able to access the information they need.
Jewel360 integrates the POS and the store’s website to provide a seamless omnichannel experience for sales online and in-store and to allow for real-time inventory management.
The software is also integrated with third-party business functions that allow for clienteling, bookkeeping, localization, and keeping track of shipping logistics. For example, Jewel360 has a real-time integration with clienteling and customer relationship manager solution Clientbook.
There are also jewelry-specific features to help jewelers keep track of repairs, custom work, special orders, and layaway.
And since everything is stored in one place, retailers can see all the pertinent data reporting they would need to analyze their business, including looking at an end-of-the-day report or looking at a month’s performance.
“Jewel360 has everything I need to manage my business anytime, anywhere. I love the fact that it was created specifically for jewelry retail stores and includes all of the features and functionalities that help me meet the demands of my customers—from inventory and repairs to customer communications and marketing,” said Cynthia Jacobo of John’s Jewelers in Watsonville, California.
“The platform’s all-in-one functionality has helped me spend less time on administrative tasks and more time growing my business and communicating with customers. We are already seeing a return on investment.”
The software is structured with a one-time set-up fee and monthly cost, which vary per retailer.
For more information or to schedule a demo, visit Jewel360.com.
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