Brightpearl Release Notes - March 2020



While the times we find ourselves living in are unprecedented, it's reassuring to know that you can still rely on Brightpearl carrying on as normal with three new features:

  • Integration with Square for Brightpearl POS
  • Loyalty and Gift Cards for Brightpearl POS
  • On-order inventory level via the API



Brightpearl POS | Square integration

Using Brightpearl Payments, it's now possible to integrate Square payments with Brightpearl POS. See how you can set up Square in the back office here and how to set up your card reader here.

Brightpearl POS | Loyalty and Gift Cards - Integration with Voucherify

POS 1.4.2

Brightpearl POS is enriched with Loyalty and Gift cards functionality. In addition to the existing POS feature set, your customers can buy and spend gift cards, enrol to loyalty programs, earn and redeem loyalty points to pay for their purchases as well as get refunded into gift cards.

Your customers can also earn points from online sales channels. The loyalty and gift cards integration enables you to produce and distribute promotional codes and vouchers for your online sales, too.

You can find out about this integration with Voucherify and all the features offered here.

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Enrolling a customer to a loyalty program without a physical card

Activating gift cards during the POS sale

Receiving payment by gift and loyalty cards


API | Product Availability GET - option to include on-order

You can now find the on-order inventory level of a product when requesting its availability via Product Availability GET. On order is a useful figure as it tells you how many items are expected to be received against your open purchase orders into each warehouse.

If you include this option, the response will include both the total quantity across all purchase orders in Brightpearl and the shipped quantity (in other words, the quantity that has already been received). To find the number of items that have not yet been received, i.e. the on-order quantity, simply subtract the shipped quantity from the total.

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