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  • Lightspeed Restaurant POS Review

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    Pros Sleek, professional UI Intricate employee management Fully customizable Depth of reporting Cons Offline mode can’t process payments Inventory and reporting not overly deep Overview Lightspeed Restaurant is a cloud-based iPad POS system for restauranteurs. It balances two seeming opposites (and quite well I might add), combining a comparatively complex, feature-rich POS back end with […]

  • Clover Station POS Review

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    Pros Easy to set up Large app store and wealth of integrations Aesthetic appeal Cons Can’t separate POS from payment processing Hardware is proprietary Overview Clover has long been a frustrating company to review. On the surface, Clover does some things better than virtually any of its competitors. The system is incredibly intuitive and a […]

  • ShopKeep Review

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    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, most retailers, food-seller or not, will feel at home with this iPad POS (point of sale) system.

  • SwipeSimple Register Review (From Payment Depot)

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    Pros Low cost Included free from Payment Depot Incredibly easy to use Good customer service Offline mode Free card reader Cons Lack of integrations Limited backend Overview SwipeSimple (offered by Payment Depot) is one of the more unique POS products I’ve come across. For one, you can’t simply buy the product outright; you can only get […]

  • Revel Systems Review

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    Pros Robust integrations Excellent reporting Kiosk functionality Modern kitchen display system Cons Complex setup Occasional glitches Overview Revel’s point of sale system was birthed in 2010 and the result was a groundbreaking Apple iPad POS. In January 2012 Revel was announced as the winner of the Best iPad Business App of the Year Award at […]

  • Toast POS Review

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    Pros User-friendly interface Exceptional customer service All-in-one POS Android-based Cons Locked into Toast’s credit card processing Additional cost for add-ons Overview Toast, the brainchild of three former co-workers, Steve Fredette, Aman Narang, and Jonathan Grimm, burst onto the scene after its creation in 2012. After it was named the hottest startup at the 2016 NEVY […]

  • Square For Restaurants POS Review

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    Pros Cost efficient Extremely easy-to-use interface Delivery options included Square App Marketplace Cons Weak on the back end Occasional fund holds Overview Well, it was only a matter of time. Square has had a busy year or so. After coming out with Square for Retail and the game-changing Square Register, it seemed imminent that the wildly […]

  • talech POS Review

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    Pros Updating constantly Great inventory features Advanced purchase order options Online ordering Cons Reporting weak compared to competitors Less than stellar offline functionality Overview For a long time now, talech has quietly been one of the most complete and functional POS systems on the market. Established in 2012, talech has the robust feature set and […]

  • Square POS Review (Free Version)

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    Pros Quick set-up Simple processing fees Intuitive interface Loads of integrations Cons Occasional fund holds Customer service not 24/7 Overview Picture a modern small business’s point of sale system in your head — the screen, the layout, the card reader. There’s a decent chance you’re thinking about Square right now. Square’s free point of sale […]

  • Ambur POS Review

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    Pros Simple, intuitive design Strong customer service Customizable layout Cons Features are less than robust Weak reporting No integrations Overview: The Ambur restaurant point of sale system was born in Kabab and Curry, a family restaurant in Williamsville, NY. Waiters James O’Leary and Ansar Khan (also a son of the restaurant owners) realized that scrawling […]

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