Which modules are synchronized by woo-vtiger syncing plugin.
Woo – vtiger syncing Plugin is an indispensable tool to help you synchronize data instantly between Woocommerce and vtiger CRM. The plugin allows to synchronize register customers, sales order and products. Admin can define mapping fields between Woocommerce and vtiger CRM.
How woo-vtiger syncing plugin works.
It perform two way syncing between vtiger crm and woocommerce. It allow auto syncing as well as manual syncing both. Admin can set time interval when the auto syncing have to perform.
Does woo-vtiger work with customized vtiger crm.
No. This plugin works only with default vtiger. but we do this on demand. You want to customize Vtiger CRM then we can help you in customization and we will do syncing for your customized CRM.
Can we redirect page after submit form?
Yes, we can redirect page after submit the page using admin settings.
Why we use "Vtiger-Leadcapture" plugin?
We are using it for capture leads in Vtiger CRM via contact form.
How "Vtiger-Leadcpture" plugin works?
In this, plugin generates many contact forms and sliding form. We display all forms using short-codes. When a form is submitted, lead is generated in Vtiger CRM and mail sent to email id.
Can we enter more than 10 digit no. in phone field?
Yes, we need to some customization in plugin. Follow these instructions:
a. Go to in plugin folder->Vtiger-Leadcapture -> Shortcodes -> contactformshortcode.php.
Can we use captcha with-out "GD and FreeType library" installed on our server?
Yes, we can use captcha without “GD and FreeType library” installed on our server.
What is Point of Sale (POS)?
POS or PoS is an abbreviation for Point of Sale (or Point-of-Sale, or Point of Service). The term is applicable to a retail shop or store, the checkout/cashier counter in the store, or a location where such transactions can occur in this type of environment. It can also apply to the actual Point of Sale (POS) Hardware & Software including but not limited to : electronic cash register systems, touch-screen display, barcode scanners, receipt printers, scales and pole displays. Point of Sale Systems are utilized in many different industries, ranging from restaurants, hotels & hospitality businesses, nail/beauty salons, casinos, stadiums, and let’s not forget – the retail environments. In the most basic sense, if something can be exchanged for monetary value – a Point of Sale System can be used.
How Does The POS System Handle Multiple UPCs?
Products with the same UPC, when scanned, will only add the first item that was created with that UPC, to cart. So , it wouldn’t give you the option on the screen to pick the correct item out of many that share the same UPC. This is something that has been brought up before as a feature request, so hopefully it’s something that our POS team may be able to implement as more merchants request it.
However, it’s not something that can be done now as our POS system was designed for products where each individual product has its own unique barcode/UPC/EIN. Meaning that you will need to create different UPC labels in order for your barcode scanner to bring up the correct item on our POS system.
How does Vtiger POS users with 2+ locations handle inventory?
iPads can be associated with locations and thus all your orders can be grouped via locations. This is helpful for reporting and tracking of sales.
Customers manage multiple location inventory with collections. They create collections for their specific locations (say “Location A” and “Location B”) and then populate the locations with appropriate products. They create duplicates of products that exist at both locations. Then they show/hide collections where appropriate.
What is Point of Sale (POS) Communication Protocols?
There are several communication protocols used by Point of Sale Systems to control its attached peripherals. And due to the inter-connectivity nature of Point of Sale Systems, most POS peripherals, such as touch-screen displays and printers support several command protocols in order to work with various different brands of Point of Sale (POS) Terminals and Computers.