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Best Consignment Store Software...

...began in 2001, literally turning the consignment-software world upside down.

We cut prices by 70% and did away with 'annual fees'.

Other programs were way over-priced (and still are).
Our software is still 'one payment for lifetime use'.

Vendors used software updates to force support payments.
We made updates free.

Best Consignment Shop Software
14241 Dallas Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75254

Honest. Fair. Trustworthy.

Every detail of our client relationship is spelled out up front so there are no disappointments or misunderstandings:

Software Savings

No less than 1,000 stores avoided a $284 receipt printer because we explained: 'no-return policy = no receipt needed'. Our clients saved $284,000.

BCSS is tiered in price so money isn't wasted on unwanted features.

Simple: Help store owners save big on software and hardware and they will tell 5 others.

Ask any consignment software provider to disclose in writing pre-sale all possible fees so later on, when 'surprise costs' show up, you can push back.

Meet Our Founder

Steve Henning brought fair value and full disclosure to the consignment industry in May of 2001 with the creation of Best Consignment Shop Software, an A+ rated business by the Better Business Bureau.

Mr. Henning began his Internet career in 1996, registered in good standing with the NASD and Securities Exchange Commission as a licensed securities broker-dealer.

He graduated from the University of Illinois and was honorably discharged from the USAF Security Service and the 6994th Security Squadron where he held top-secret and cryptoanalytic clearances. He is a Vietnam veteran with 154 combat missions and several commendations.

For the past 18 years Steve has helped (literally) thousands of resale-shop owners save (an estimated) $3,500,000 (three millions five hundred thousand dollars) with free expert advice and help with software, hardware, support and consignment-shop management. He is singularly responsible for bringing full disclosure and fairness in advertising to the consignment-software industry.

Steve Henning