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  • ShopKeep Review

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    Highlights: Simple, reasonable pricing Great for small businesses Intuitive design User-friendly Robust back-office features Highly functional register Raw ingredient tracking MailChimp integration Excellent customer service Overview: ShopKeep is a simple, elegant piece of software. It is aimed squarely at small businesses and has carved out a space catering to food and beverage sellers. That said, […]

  • Lightspeed Restaurant Review

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    Overview: Note: There are four separate Lightspeed POS products, though the distinction isn’t always clear. Lightspeed OnSite comprises software that is installed on your desktop Mac. Lightspeed Retail is a cloud-based POS system primarily used by those in retail businesses. Lightspeed eCommerce is used by online businesses and can be integrated with Lightspeed Retail. Lightspeed Restaurant […]

  • Toast POS Review

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    Overview: Toast is the brainchild of three former co-workers: Steve Fredette, Aman Narang, and Jonathan Grimm. In 2012 the trio decided to create a point of sale platform that would allow for greater mobility; easier access to data, integrations, and updates; and–most importantly–stellar customer service. Considering Toast was just named the hottest startup at the 2016 NEVY awards, […]

  • talech Review

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    Overview: Having personally interacted with more POS systems than I care to keep track of anymore, I have arrived at the point where I can basically guess at the quality of a system based on a cursory glance at the vendor’s website. I’m not sure whether it’s my experience with POS, my “we’re best at […]

  • Revel Systems Review

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    Overview: Revel’s point of sale system was birthed in 2010 by CEO Lisa Falzone and CTO Chris Ciabarra. The result of their efforts was a groundbreaking Apple iPad POS. In the fall of 2011, Revel began beta testing with several Bay Area businesses and was successful enough to capture the attention of early-stage venture capital […]

  • Breadcrumb POS by Upserve Review

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    Overview: Raise your hand if, at some point in your life, you’ve had to put in your dues at some thankless job in the food industry. Is your hand up? Well, chances are you’re not alone. In fact, some might say it’s almost a rite of passage. While most of us would like to put […]

  • Lavu Review

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    Overview: Imagine you’ve started a new company. You’ve created what you think is a killer product and you’re ready to launch, but you haven’t settled on a name yet. There are all kinds of things to consider: it should sound pleasant and be easy to remember; if it’s a recognizable word, it needs to evoke […]

  • TouchBistro Review

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    Highlights: Elegant, simple design User-friendly Cost-effective Secure, onsite system Excellent for small and large restaurants alike Overview: We’ve all seen morning coffee buyers anxiously standing in line, waiting for the caffeine fix that will carry them through their day. Picture this instead: staff walking the line and taking orders and payment ahead of time so […]

  • Leaf Review

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    Overview: ***Note: Due to the new compliance standards for EMV cards, Leaf has decided to discontinue its services as a POS platform. Their website indicates that they will be moving into providing Analytics services. The following review refers to POS software that is no longer supported.  To put it simply: if successful, Leaf has the […]

  • GoPago Review

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    Note: GoPago is now Verifone POS. Stay tuned for our upcoming review of the new system. Overview: GoPago became an idea in CEO Leo Rocco’s mind way back in 2007 when he missed Barry Bond’s record-breaking home run while standing in line at a concession stand. The experience made such an impression on Rocco that […]

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