Quick-serve restaurants have special software requirements. In this list, we’ve compiled the top quick-serve POS systems that will help you bring your restaurant operations into the 2020s. Use one of these highly-rated systems to modernize your restaurant ordering system with quick, efficient, and feature-rich point of sale software.
San Diego small business owner Banny Hom talks about getting to know his customers and running his automotive business during the pandemic.
Many restaurants use hospitality point of sale systems with industry-specific features like order management, menu creation, and takeout features. Full-service restaurants might use a restaurant-specific POS system like Toast, TouchBistro, or Lightspeed Restaurant, while small QSRs tend to use more basic POS systems such as Square or Clover.
If you haven’t yet considered implementing a QR code payment system at your business, you really should. QR code payments are quickly becoming the norm, and they are easy to get started with. Some POS systems have built-in QR payment acceptance, but you can also accept QR code payments without a POS. Keep reading to learn more about QR code payments and how to offer your customers a “Pay with QR code” option.
If you run a small business, chances are you’ve come across the term “UCC Lien.” What is a UCC (Uniform Commercial Code) filing? Are UCC filings bad? How do I file a UCC termination? Learn what UCC filings are and how to protect your small business.
Finding a fair and reputable small business lender in the alternative lending space is no easy task. However, there are a few such lenders that make it a point to provide honesty and fairness in their lending practices. Greenbox Capital seems to check off most of the boxes in terms of being a unicorn, i.e., a non-predatory online lender.
Square and Payanywhere are two attractive POS options to consider. Both companies offer invoicing, inventory, and innovative mobile hardware, all with next-day funding and a free plan. But despite the similarity in their feature sets, these POS companies are actually very different when it comes to how they operate.
Clover Station’s plug-and-play design is attractive to merchants who want to get up and running fast with little hassle and a pretty, yet powerful hardware setup. The proprietary, Android-based Clover Station is intuitive and minimalistic in its design, similar to Apple products. But there are drawbacks. Is the Clover Station right for your business? Read on for a full review of the Clover Station, including customer service, processing rates, features, and more.
Customer reviews for Cake are quite positive, and it’s easy to see why: Cake’s feature-set is complete, without being overly complex. The system is straightforward and easy to use, with similarly straightforward monthly software pricing and flat-rate payment processing. But is it right for your business?
Choosing the right type of loan for your law firm practice can be tricky and confusing, due to the large number of available options, and the sometimes complicated terms and fees. Here are some tips to help you navigate the world of law firm loans.