The term Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a big part of the software industry. Whether the pricing model is Software as a Service (SaaS) or annual maintenance-based, many operators don’t put nearly enough effort to understanding what they’re really paying for their software. The model employed at Data Age/PawnMaster has been one that just focuses on offering the absolute best products and services at a reasonable price. We work to understand your business and offer the products that make sense for your business and the pricing you’re comfortable with. Your TCO will always be known up front and won’t fluctuate based on how much you earn or sell, whether you're on our monthly or annual payment plan.
Data Age Business Systems, the developers of PawnMaster, the industry-leading pawn shop software, announced its latest eCommerce integration, Storefront. Storefront enables brick and mortar pawn shop owners to create an eCommerce page and sell inventory from their own website while integrating directly with PawnMaster pawn software to make inventory management and sales reporting seamless. Storefront’s innovative technology makes it easy to create an omnichannel experience for shoppers.
Craigslist gets about 30 million visitors each month looking for products that might be available in their very own backyard. If you own a brick and mortar shop, where customers come in to touch and feel the product, then this marketplace is a great way to drive foot traffic into your store. A free local classified advertisement website where you can post your products and target buyers in your local neighborhoods.
We asked our employees what their favorite PawnMaster feature is, and why. Here's what they had to say:
Buying and selling online is becoming very popular and lucrative. In fact, Facebook recently launched its Buy/Sell feature to accommodate this development. It is a huge opportunity for retail operations to sell more product. But before you get into it, there is a whole new language you’ll need to understand so you don’t miss out on any opportunities.
As of June 2017, eBay’s Turbo Lister will no longer be available for use. This is now the second listing tool of eBay’s that they have decided to discontinue. Turbo Lister users will have to find another tool to list their inventory items online. PawnMaster has an integrated tool called e-foro that can be used in place of Turbo Lister.
When it comes to your business, the data you store and use for reporting is a key element to your success. Unfortunately, this data can also make you a target. Storing usernames and passwords, credit card information, etc., needs to be done with the greatest levels of security and know-how. Names like “Amazon” and “eBay” instill confidence because they spare no expense to provide the best talent and technology money can buy. For decades they have been an everyday part of your personal and business needs with billions of dollars invested to make sure that your data is not compromised.