What Is a Pawn Software Program/System?
Pawn software (or a 'program') is a computer application ('app') that installs on a PC or laptop and is used by pawn shops around the world to manage their businesses including POS. PPSS provides software for Australia, Belize, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica, Las Vegas, Mexico, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, South Africa, The Philippines and The United Kingdom (UK).
Pawnbroker Pawn Shop Software is a one-time payment with no annual or monthly prepaid support fees.
Prices of other programs are significantly higher and monthly or annual payments for 'support' are required. (Starting with the 2nd year there is a small annual payment of $150 for software maintenance - not to be confused with 'customer support'.)
Other programs that reside on websites are 'web based' in that they are installed on a remote computer and the shop must have an Internet connection and a web browser to access the program. A (high) endless ever-increasing monthly payment is required.
Basic Pawn Shop Software $695
The Deluxe edition of Pawnbroker Pawn Shop Software processes pawns and related activities (forfeits, payments, redemptions), prints pawn tickets, reports to LEADS and the police and manages other types of transactions like buy outright (resale), check cashing, payday/title loans and rentals.
Advanced Pawn Programs $895
The Diamond edition of PPSS controls employees by restricting each person's access to data and preventing transactions (like voids and discounts) which are prone to theft. Diamond supports pictures, barcodes, thermal price labels, cash drawers, receipt printers and gold assessment.
The Ultimate Pawn System $995
The 24karat edition of Pawnbroker Pawn Shop Software adds electronic fingerprinting, drivers license scanning (except GA, TX) and FTP LEADS Reporting. (Scanning driver licenses populates the new-client screen with information encoded in the license 2D barcode.)
We won't accept payment until you agree that it is, and way before that,
please accept Dawn's invitation to demonstrate the program on your computer.