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The company has offices in the United States and the Phillippines. The free version of Imonggo has limits on features, users, and transactions. A premium version is available for a monthly fee, and includes all of the features with no caps on transactions.
Let’s look at Imonggo’s features, costs, and equipment.
Imonggo separates the POS features into “Store,” “Stockroom,” and “Office” categories. Within those categories are features designed to facilitate smooth point of sale transactions and easy business management.
The “Store” category includes the functions necessary for making sales and serving customers. You can set tax rates, split payments, set up layaways, and even accept payments when the internet goes down. Additionally, Imonggo offers the ability to customize paper receipts or to email electronic receipts to customers instead. If you have multiple locations, you can set different pricing for each branch.
As you probably guessed from the name, “Stockroom” handles the functions related to inventory and product management.
You can add items manually or in a batch through a CSV file, download a copy of all inventory, add “tags” to items for easy searching, and view information such as on hand quantity, cost history, and more.
Imonggo’s “Office” component of the POS software lets you manage your business and see the necessary data to make informed decisions. Sales can be charted for quick visual analysis and you can sort data to view stats such as top sales person, bestselling items, and more. You can also access advanced features like customer rewards to give your customers discounts or other perks to encourage repeat business and reward their loyalty.
You can get started with Imonggo using a barebones setup of just an Apple device (computer or iPad) that can connect to the internet. However, depending on your needs, you may wish to add optional accessories, such as barcode scanners, cash drawers, or a receipt printer.
You’ll have two options with Imonggo: the free version with limited features, or the full version at $30/month per location.
The free version allows for one user at one location, has a 1,000 product cap, and limits you to 1,000 transactions per month. You also do not have the ability to accept credit cards through the system with the free version. However, it does include inventory management and sales reports.
The premium version gives access for multiple users and has an unlimited product and transaction limit. Like the free version, it includes inventory management and sales reports, but adds features such as offline selling, customer service, and the ability to accept credit cards.
Note that accepting credit cards incurs additional fees, which are not set by Imonggo.
Imonggo confirmed to CardFellow that it’s preferred credit card processor is Vantiv, but the company also supports use of the Authorize.Net gateway for credit card processing. As Authorize.Net is a universal option, that gives you a greater range of choices.
The credit card processor that you choose will set your pricing for credit card transactions. Want to see quotes? Try our free quote comparison tool to know exactly how much you’ll pay.
Imonggo has a paid version or a free version. The free version lets you get started with POS software without a big upfront cost, but it does have some limitations.