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6 Point Of Sale Systems That Integrate With QuickBooks

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David Orozco

David is a recent college grad who has spent his time post-graduation traveling, working as an Emergency Medical Technician, and doing his best to get SAT/ACT students excited about test-taking.During college, David was a columnist and an editor for his University’s newspaper, where he spent far too much of his time. He highlighted his college years with a study abroad experience in Rome, where he was the recipient of the Rome Correspondents Scholarship; he subsequently caught, and has yet to recover from, the “travel bug.”When he’s not writing, David is reading philosophy(which he strangely finds exhilarating) or doing anything that involves the great outdoors.
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    Joy Butler

    I really appreciate you helping me learn more about POS. My sister is planning to install or use a point-of-sale system for her husband’s business. She’s asking me to assist her in finding for a simple and easy to use POS. I will immediately be forwarding this information to her, she’ll certainly be happy with this.

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      Kate

      HI,

      I have a small business that runs programs for teenagers. We use QuickbooksOnline for our accounting software. We take a few large payments every other month for our 3 different programs (so monthly minimums are not ideal for us). We don’t need a lot of bells and whistles. We only have 3 program fees and 3 deposit fees. We would like to be able to take payments on site or through email invoicing. Quickbooks online charges 2.9-3.4% for CC processing. Is there a better option for us that integrates with QuickbooksOnline and does ecommerce?

      Thanks

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        Jessica Dinsmore

        Hi Kate!
        It’s hard to say for sure, without knowing your average sales volume, but based on the info you’ve provided, I think Square checks all of your boxes. That is, assuming your “large payments” do not exceed $3000 per transaction. You can compare them against their top-rated competitors to see how they stack up!

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          Xavier

          Hi
          This is a little restaurant with 12 tables
          What is the feedback for POS system?
          Thanks in advance

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            Jessica Dinsmore

            Hi Xavier,

            Check out our restaurant POS comparison chart; they are all excellent options. You can also read about how to choose a restaurant POS or give our filtering tool a try. I hope that helps!

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              Mara

              For the ones compatible with Quickbooks online, which would you say is the best? Unfortunately Vend is not available in the country I live in.

              Thanks!

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                Jessica Dinsmore

                Hi Mara,

                Shopkeep and Talech are both really good options that are widely available, though I’m not sure what country you are located in. I hope that helps!

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                  Jomy Varghese

                  Dear Sir,
                  Please kindly let me know, whether Ajwan POS System can be integrated with Quick Books Financial Application( Offline). If yes how much does in cost?

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                    Chelsea Krause

                    Hi Jomy,

                    Unfortunately, QuickBooks Desktop does not integrate with Awjan POS. The QuickBooks Pro integrations page will give you a complete list of POS systems that do integrate with QuickBooks Pro. I hope this helps!

                    Best wishes,

                    Chelsea Krause

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                      Jay

                      You say re: ShopKeep

                      Compatible software: QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Pro.

                      However, at

                      https://www.shopkeep.com/blog/save-time-and-eliminate-errors-with-shopkeep-and-quickbooks

                      (dated 7/31/2017, just 4 months after your review)

                      ShopKeep explicitly and repeatly states that they only integrate with QuickBooks Online, and not ANY of the Desktop Versions (such as QuickBooks Pro).

                      It might be good to correct your review for that fact.

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                        Jessica Dinsmore

                        Thanks for the heads up Jay…fixed!

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                          Kiosk Mode

                          Hi David,

                          Amazing suggestions for POS systems, however, you can add MobiLock Pro to this list. It is the kiosk app that requires absolutely zero plugin and tiny in size at the same time. I think this is the best app to use it as a mobile POS system by turning your smartphones or tablets into portable POS system.

                          Thanks.

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