In this post, we’ll pit Square against Clover, letting you know where each product excels and giving you our overall recommendation.
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ShopKeep, one of our highest-rated point of sale systems, has a highly intuitive gift card integration — one you should seriously consider adding if you’ve chosen ShopKeep as your POS.
There are a lot of reason why ShopKeep is among our most recommended point of sale systems for small businesses. This product remains one of the more affordable options on the market while giving you a wide variety of features to help your retail or restaurant establishment function efficiently. Chances are, if you’ve decided to […]
Need an affordable POS system specifically for restaurants? Square For Restaurants delivers everything small eateries need to succeed at the right price.
Rezku POS is a relative newcomer on the POS market. Launched in 2014 in Sacramento, California, it features a sleek and modern interface that is extremely easy to navigate and learn. Rezku (the company swears it’s pronounced exactly like “rescue”) is designed specifically with restaurants in mind and has some terrific features that make it an extremely appealing candidate.
Can you really run your restaurant or shop on Square’s free Point of Sale app? Check out our in-depth review for a look at features, available integrations, user reviews, and more!
Pros Ease of Use Affordability Simple set up Easy to reach customer service Cons Slightly clunky back office Overview Founded in 2013 in London, England, Nobly hasn’t taken long to rise through the ranks in the iPad point of sale industry. The company specializes in the hospitality industry, gearing its product toward smaller, independent businesses. […]
You’ve got bookshelves full of books — but do you have a POS system to track all those sales? Here are 5 great bookstore POS systems to check out, complete with inventory management, eCommerce support, and more!
HungerRush does a number of things well and features almost everything you would expect from a restaurant POS system. It’s easy to use, and the inventory management and reporting are solid and shouldn’t leave you wanting. There’s a lot of potential here, but its recent rebrand didn’t seem to address some of its biggest issues.
While Square is already doing quite well in the market, its recent addition, Square Register, looks to turn the company into the Amazon.com of point of sale systems. With the ability to easily plug in additional compatible hardware, an improved interface, and one of the best processing systems on the market, Square Register is positioned to make an immediate impact.