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OS X-only LightSpeed point-of-sale software updated
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 @ 9:05pm

Retail technologist LightSpeed today†announced the launch of StoreMaster, enabling Macintosh users to track real-time data across all sales channels, manage inventory levels, and process invoices and shipments from one control panel. Its new customizable Dashboard delivers up-to-the-minute metrics in easy-to-read graphs, assisting stores in reaching sales goals and performance monitoring.



The new LightSpeed browser was completely redesigned and re-engineered by the company to better manage a retailerís business operations, allowing store managers, purchasers and sales associates the ability to create a home screen that fits their specific needs. Some of the new key features in StoreMaster include the new dashboard, real-time notifications, automated action items, and enhanced reporting. The new version is available now and users with a maintenance contract can upgrade for free. Licenses range from a single-seat license for $1,397 to a 25-user license for $15,247. LightSpeed Mobile features are only available with a two-user or more license.

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