How to Get Your Customers Up

As a Shopify Partner, most of your client’s work is probably focused on developing commerce experiences for the web. However, as more e-commerce brands begin to expand beyond the boundaries. Of the browser and into the world of physical retail.  New revenue opportunities for your business are emerging in the world of in-person selling. One way your agency or freelance business can take advantage.  Of this growing trend is by offering point-of-sale (POS) services to your new or existing Shopify customers. Adding POS to your list of service offerings can not only be a great way to upsell customers, it can also open doors and expand your customer list into entirely new verticals and types of business.

Adding POS to your list of service offerings can not only be a great way to upsell customers, it can also open doors and expand your customer list into entirely new verticals and types of business. In this article, we’re going to walk through the basic flow of setting up your client’s Shopify POS system, so you can expand your reach into the world Afghanistan B2B List of commerce. The Shopify POS setup process Setting up your client’s Shopify POS system is a relatively simple process. But to help you with the basic setup process, we’ve outlined the steps you’ll need to take to get your customer up and running with selling in person. 1. Review your customer’s POS hardware requirements – You should start by identifying your customer’s hardware requirements before doing anything else on this list.

The Shopify Pos Setup Process

Depending on how they want to sell with POS, they will need specific hardware to facilitate their retail sales. We recommend reviewing our hardware documentation and our Shopify POS retail package breakdown to help guide this discussion with your customers. Once you have a better idea of ​​your intended address, you can purchase your customer’s POS hardware from the Shopify Hardware Store, based on availability in your customer’s country of residence. 2. Select your plan and configure your admin settings – All Shopify plans include access to the Shopify POS app on both iOS and Android. If your customer is on the Shopify or Advanced Shopify plans, they also have access to the retail package. The retail package comes with advanced POS features like additional hardware integrations or staff management.


Once you have an idea of ​​the in-person selling functionality your customer needs, you can go ahead and select the appropriate plan for your store. From there, you’ll need to set up your basic administrative settings, including your store address, email address, staff accounts, and billing information. Note: You can skip this step if your customer already has an online store. 3. Install the POS app – Download the Shopify POS app to your customer’s iPad, iPhone, or Android device. Please note that your customer’s Apple iOS device must be running iOS 8.2 or higher, and their Android device needs Android 4.1 or higher for the app to work properly. We’ve created a handy device comparison chart that you can refer to to make sure your POS setup works with your customer’s preferred device.

Expand Your Spectrum of Trading

Help your customer add and organize their products. If your customer already has an online store set up, their products will.  Already be available in your POS system upon login through the app. If your customer doesn’t have an existing Shopify store.  Then you’ll need to add products to their catalog through.  The Shopify admin via a desktop browser, the Shopify mobile app. Or directly through the Shopify POS app. Once the products are listed in your Shopify Admin.  You can select which ones you’d like to make available in the store through  the visibility settings. Add retail locations to Shopify Admin and assign locations to POS devices. From your Shopify Admin, simply navigate to Point.  Of Sale and then click Locations . From there, select Add Location and enter your customer’s.  Retail location details in the dialog. You can also select a primary retail location at this point.

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