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A Guide to Buying POS Hardware: Getting the Most for Your Money

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Julie Titterington

Julie Titterington

Managing Editor at Merchant Maverick
Julie Titterington is a writer, editor, and native Oregonian. She graduated from George Fox University in 2004 with a BA in Writing/Literature. Julie has appeared in a variety of industry publications, including YFS Magazine, PM Times, and SmallBizClub. For the last five years, she has specialized in SMB software and services, particularly project management, point of sale, and small business lending.
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    Paul Langley

    This is some really helpful information for anyone looking to purchase point of sale equipment. I hadn’t ever realized that there was such a big difference between retail and food service equipment, but it makes sense that you would need more of a readout working in food service. I’ll have to look into equipment bundles. that sounds like a great way to save some cash. Thanks so much for writing!

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