After many months of planning, My NexoPOS is now available for the public. This service mainly aims to be the first location to look for information on NexoPOS 4.x and related modules/services. Throughout this tutorial, we'll let you know what is My NexoPOS, how it will evolve over time, and talk about the NexoPOS 4.x beta 1 release date.
My NexoPOS is first the blog where we share resources regarding NexoPOS 4.x. By resources, we consider User Guides, Developers tutorials, miscellaneous posts around NexoPOS 4.x. We have therefore mainly created this website to ensure providing the most useful resources for anyone interested in using NexoPOS 4.x. However, that can't only be the only reason.
NexoPOS 4.x as you might already know is a free point of sale application. Based on the experience we've got with our previous customers, we wanted to offer the best possible free open source system, to ensure without spending any penny, anyone can try NexoPOS 4.x and use it right away. However, My NexoPOS plans to provide more features to NexoPOS 4.x by providing a set of services that, while being optional, are highly helpful.
One of the benefits of My NexoPOS is to provide a dedicated team that is available to help and guide on the installation and the configuration.
The support we provide goes beyond the original version of the application as in some cases, we can assist you even on a customized version of NexoPOS 4.x. Our team will also install and configure NexoPOS 4.x in your server to make sure it works correctly and completely.
The basic features of NexoPOS 4.x might not be enough for most businesses. That's the reason why we've created a marketplace of modules. That will be a repository of all the modules we've created around NexoPOS 4.x. Here is the list of the modules that are currently on our roadmap :
Because we want NexoPOS 4.x to be extensible, we believe decoupling features into modules, ensures to have a fast default version that isn't overloaded. The major benefit of the marketplace is that modules available there doesn't require purchase. The only thing to have is a valid subscription plan. The price of the subscription won't increase as the modules list grows.
NexoPOS 4.x aims to be more compatible with various devices. In order to be able to be compatible, we'll create various mobiles & desktop applications. Here is the list of the applications that are currently in our roadmap :
We'll elaborate in detail on what are each application and how it works. Those having access to the mobiles & native apps has an access to experimental research, so they can before everyone try our new projects on NexoPOS 4.x.
While the development of NexoPOS 4.x is still ongoing, we're pretty confident about the system and the features that will be available on beta 1. We've scheduled the release of the beta for December 15, 2020. This should give us (with your contribution) enough time to test most of the available features and ensuring it works as it's expected.
We've yet released a list of features that should be available on NexoPOS 4.x. Some of these features won't be available at the release of beta 1, but gradually after the tests that we'll run until beta 2 (or production-ready version), we'll start working on these features (modules).
We have yet received a lot of encouragement and support from our customers. Being able to support the project was restricted to a few well-known customers. However, as the project is close to being released, we yet want to offer a deal to all our customers. My NexoPOS offers 3 subscription packages. Amount these subscriptions we've chosen to offer the Premium Package with 50% Off. This means the package that includes :
$ 479.88 is now $239.88/1 year, until December 2020. As we've initially mentioned, our team will closely support each customer and yet we'll guide them through the configuration of NexoPOS on their environment (as 80% of included features aren't likely to change on production).
My NexoPOS is then a service we've created to help anyone interested on NexoPOS 4.x using it at his full capacity. As some features aren't yet available, we're confident they'll be added and will work smothly. You should remember, NexoPOS 4.x is free and can be downloaded on Github. If you have some ideas you believe will be useful for NexoPOS 4.x, we're open for any type of contribution. If you're ready to take it to the next level, you can yet get a plan available early access.