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6 Reasons to Consider Wireless Point-of-Sale EMV Equipment

Posted by Jereme Sanborn   |   

If you accept credit cards at your store or business venue, you might use a desktop point-of-sale machine or some other plugged-in form of EMV equipment. But keeping your staff behind a counter or tethered to a single location may not be working for your customers, or your business, anymore. Having to wait for a countertop point-of-sale system to open up can cause long lines, confusion, and frustration in your store – meaning missed sales for your business. There are other payment devices available to help optimize your business.

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Choosing a POS System: Advice for Small Business Owners

Posted by Jereme Sanborn   |   

Selecting the right POS system is a big choice for a small business. Get it right, and you help streamline your workflows and enhance customer experience. Get it wrong, and you can run into operational difficulties, customer service nightmares, and damage your reputation. There are a lot of POS solutions out there, and understanding what matters, what doesn’t, and what questions to ask can be difficult. In this piece, we’ll provide you with all the information you need when choosing a POS system for your small business. We’ll also help you understand this whole EMV thing everyone’s been talking about & what it means to today’s small businesses.

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POS systems for bars & restaurants: The what, why, and how?

Posted by Jereme Sanborn   |   

For any retail business to thrive, having the best point of sale system is imperative for multiple reasons, including profit, functionality, and even aesthetics. This is no different for bar and restaurant owners. First, a POS system for bars and restaurants should always work with minimal trouble in order to process payments in a timely fashion, so customers are not burdened when it’s time to pay. After all, if a customer has issues paying their bill and has to use cash they might not have, that could lead to a bad review, even if the actual service was exceptional up until the payment issue. Likewise, the system should be fully customizable, with dynamic features that make cashing out customers as easy as handing them a menu.

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