FloristWare has the features serious florists need to save time and money (things like route optimization, a mobile delivery app with real time delivery confirmations) while increasing sales and profits... including the important stuff a lot of them don't even think about (split tender payment, multiple orders in one sale, etc.) until they have already settled for flower shop software better suited to hobbyists. FloristWare has a lot of features, but you can see the features that are most popular with florists right now here.
FloristWare clients are supported by hand-picked team of experienced floral industry professionals with over 100 years of industry experience. We don't use overseas call centers to save money, and we don't hire people with no experience. We only hire people that are best able to support our valued clients.
"the customer service staff at FloristWare is second to none... knowledgeable, helpful and kind folks to go out of their way to help users understand what they need. I couldn't be happier with the FloristWare, and I've been using it for 9 years."
Real world case studies – flower shops that switched to the FloristWare flower shop management system & the stories they have to tell. Don't listen to us, take it from your fellow florists.
Our business model was designed so we would always be a good partner - it only works if we treat our florists well. Here are some of our guiding principles.
FloristWare has been pioneering innovation in floral POS for almost two decades. More about how those innovations have helped retail florists just like you.
In honour of James Lowe, and with the blessing of his family, FloristWare is pleased to offer the James Lowe Memorial Award to help a floral designer attend the AIFD Symposium.
Like flowers this industry is precious and fragile. FloristWare is the only independent POS provider that supports the floral industry and associations you love and the events you learn from.
It seems crazy but some tech (POS & website) providers in this industry actually compete against their customers and damage the industry by acting as order-gatherers.