POS Maid, a point of service and administrative software for small- to medium-size businesses, can manage schedules, streamline accounting, and export scheduling and appointment setting to Excel, making it a convenient hub to connect warehouse, front office, and administration.
A single place for everything: Having everything from inventory control to appointment setting makes POS Maid a convenient one-stop piece of software. Centralized information sharing opens communications, encourages transparency, and can lead to insightful innovations that benefit the company.
Overloaded graphics: There are no discernible buttons, drop-down menus, or other traditional interface elements. Instead, everything is smooth with hot spots, which can be clicked. This renders the software unusable.
Poor execution: Installing POS Maid was fairly easy, but running it was another story. Opening the program more than once required a username and password, which wasn't included in the README file and had not been requested during installation or setup. A second download crashed without starting. Uninstalling was equally onerous and took several attempts along with several reboots.
As a centralized location to handle various business departments, POS Maid is great in theory. Repeated problems with its installation files, however, makes it little more than that.