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Hike POS Review

If you’re looking for an all-in-one POS program, Hike should have you covered with things such as built-in loyalty, eCommerce, and a solid list of integrations.

Bindo POS Review

Bindo POS has staked its reputation on its solid eCommerce integration, but not much else sets this iPad POS system apart from its competitors. See whether Bindo might be right for you.

Lavu POS Review

Lavu POS promises to deliver features for all kinds of restaurants, from cafes to pizzerias and even food trucks. Plus, the UI is simple but customizable. But is that enough to earn your business? Read on to find out!

HungerRush Review (Formerly Revention POS)

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.

Aloha POS Review

NCR Aloha has an excellent ordering system and an interface that anyone with experience in the restaurant industry will find to be intuitive. It’s a one-stop-shop product with strong inventory management, employee management, loyalty, and eCommerce options. Now for the downside. Aloha POS system pricing is difficult to pin down, even when you’ve given it some specifics about your business.

Square POS App Review (Free Version)

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!

Linga POS Review

Looking for a reasonably priced POS system for your restaurant? Linga’s iPad-based point of sale may offer all the features you need. Read on for a full review.

Ambur POS Review

An iOS app designed by restaurants for restaurants, Ambur POS caters to businesses on a budget, but the low price doesn’t quite make up for some of the limitations of the system.

Total Touch POS Review

Total Touch POS is a relative newcomer to the point of sale scene. Its Windows-based system offers everything that most small to mid-sized restaurants could need but it’s not a perfect system and has limited integrations. Still, there are some high points.


Pros Simple set up Extremely customizable Long list of integrations available Cons Lack of credit card processing options Not a wealth of features Overview: Simplicity and efficiency appear to be the primary focus for SilverEdge, the Loveland, Colorado-based business solutions company. Founded in 2004 as a grassroots company by Ken Salazar, it began as PFC Payment Solutions. It has […]


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