LightSpeed sales software improves Web store

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Xsilva on Tuesday announced the release of LightSpeed 2.6, a new update ot its point of sale software for Mac OS X. The new release is free for registered users of LightSpeed 2.5. LightSpeed costs $749 for a single-user license.

LightSpeed was developed to help retailers manage their sales using a Macintosh. It sports an iTunes-like browser and floating interface, manages multi-store inventory lookups and transfers, features a multi-user capable database and can also be integrated with a Web Store module to enable you to manage online sales as well.

LightSpeed 2.6
LightSpeed, a point of sale system for the Mac, features an iTunes-like browser interface.

The new 2.6 release features Web Store 1.3, and includes expanded product matrix functionality (aimed at clothing retailers), browser exports, adds a network-aware auto-updater, and improves the operation of Point of Sale and Browser windows.

The version 1.3, Web Store, a separate module for LightSpeed 2.6, expands its shipping calculator capabilities with an international UPS shipping calculator, U.S. Postal Service first-class shipping, flat-rate shipping, zoom capability on product photos and other enhancements.

A 30-day demo is available for download.

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