Music Shop 360, a Provo, Utah-based software provider, has announced an all-in-one, cloud-based retail point-of-sale (POS) software created exclusively to meet the needs of music retailers.
The company’s Music Shop 360 is an end-to-end retail software solution that supports retail music business operations with real-time visibility and control over in-store and online sales, inventory, repairs, rental management, customer communications and marketing. Music Shop 360 also includes real-time integrations with the company’s other products, including: My Music Staff, music student management software; Reverb, for expansion of retail audience; and Clientbook, a clienteling solution.
Boasting a variety of industry-specific features, including rental management and vendor catalog data, Music Shop 360’s cloud-based solution and industry integrations enable retailers to improve sales, efficiencies and customer satisfaction, the company states.
Features of Music Shop 360 include:
- Modern, cloud-based platform – for anytime, anywhere visibility and control from a computer or mobile device;
- Integrated POS and website – to provide a seamless omnichannel experience for in-store and online sales, as well as inventory management;
- Strategic third-party business function integrations – for lesson scheduling, clienteling, bookkeeping and localization such as My Music Staff, Clientbook, Quickbooks and more; and
- Music-specific POS features – rental management, repairs, custom work, special orders and consignment.
“We understand that a music store’s main goal is to help their customers make music, and that your POS system should help facilitate that,” says Taylor Harnois, general manager, Music Shop 360. “Music Shop 360 brings together expertise in the music retail industry with industry-leading technology to help make music store management easier and more efficient. Our all-in-one POS software is easy to use, fully integrated and backed by advanced automation capabilities, ensuring that music stores and their customers don’t miss a beat.”