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.
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An mPOS (mobile point-of-sale) system is a wireless point-of-sale terminal or payment register that’s used for payment processing. mPOS systems are wireless, cloud-based registers that automatically back up and store customer payment data online. They can be used by businesses with physical, brick-and-mortar locations, as well as online stores. Read on for more about what an mPOS can add to your small business.
When people sign up for Facebook Pay, they agree to let Facebook store their credit or debit card information. That means they won’t have to pull out their wallet and enter all those numbers each time they want to make a purchase or donation within a Facebook setting. Want more information about using Facebook Pay? Read on!
When you’re ready to dive into the world of credit card APIs, you’ll want to compare and contrast the developer tools provided by payment services providers. It’s important to evaluate them not only by the strength of their API, but also consider more mundane factors like how much they cost, the types of transactions they support, and how secure they are.
Square’s free software and affordable payment processing appeal to many nonprofits on a budget. Learn how Square’s platform can help you run your organization, collect donations, and more.
In the market for a mobile processing app and card reader? See how Square POS and SumUp compare in terms of pricing, features, customer support, and more.
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Square has some businesses singing its praises and others railing against it. Despite allowing almost anyone to open an account, Square isn’t actually a good fit for every business. Here’s how to tell if it’s right for you.
With so many services and recent pricing changes, figuring out all of Square’s rates and fees can be a bit overwhelming. We’ll break down your costs for Square’s credit card processing as well as other software services.
Which Square reader and accessories work for you? See what hardware options Square offers, then find the right Square POS/cash register setup for you.