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  • ShopKeep Review

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    Pros Reasonable pricing Intuitive design User-friendly Robust back-office features Excellent customer service Cons Inventory features slightly lacking 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, most retailers, food-seller or not, will feel at […]

  • Toast POS Review

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    Pros Intuitive User-friendly interface Exceptional customer service All-in-one POS Android-based Cons Locked into Toast 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 awards, […]

  • Revel Systems Review

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    Pros Robust list of integrations Excellent reporting Kiosk functionality Modern kitchen display system Cons Set up can take some time Software occasionally glitches 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 […]

  • talech Review

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    Pros Updating constantly Great inventory features Advanced purchase order options Online ordering Cons Reporting weak compared to competitors Poor offline functionality 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 […]

  • TouchBistro Review

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    Pros Elegant, simple design User-friendly Cost-effective Excellent for small and large restaurants alike Cons Sketchy customer service Not an all-in-one POS 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 […]

  • Lavu Review

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    Pros Constantly updating Highly customizable Simple employee management Helpful integrations Cons Gift card option costs extra Occasional glitches in software Overview When you think of Route 66, you likely imagine a nostalgic landscape with retro diners and kitschy tourist traps. What you’re probably not envisioning is a state-of-the-art point of sale company. But that’s exactly […]

  • Breadcrumb POS by Upserve Review

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    Pros Specifically designed for restaurant employees Online ordering Customizable interface Strong reporting Cons Not cost effective Occasional issues with outages Overview Anyone who has ever worked in the restaurant industry, whether as a barista, a high-end server or a busboy at The Old Spaghetti Factory, is familiar with the adage that the customer is always […]

  • Quickbooks Cloud POS Review

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    Everyone’s been asking about the latest point of sale platform from Intuit: QuickBooks Cloud POS. Normally, we’d go through the ins and outs of the software, testing it and reporting on what works and what doesn’t, but it turns out we’d be repeating ourselves if we did. As advertised on the QuickBooks website, the company’s latest […]

  • Bindo POS Review

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    Pros User-friendly Free eCommerce features Unlimited, free customer service Advanced inventory management features Cons Software is occasionally buggy Tech support sometimes lacking Overview: Bindo POS is a relatively new retail and foodservice point of sale system, designed in part to give small business owners a stake in the online shopping phenomenon. In 2010, founders Jason […]

  • 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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