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Restaurant POS Software Reviews

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  • Rezku POS Review

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    Rezku POS is a relative newcomer on the POS market. Launched in 2014 in Sacramento, California, it features a sleek and modern interface that is extremely easy to navigate and learn. Rezku (the company swears it's pronounced exactly like "rescue") is designed specifically with restaurants in mind and has some terrific features that make it an extremely appealing candidate.

  • Square Register Review

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    Pros Set up in minutes Cost-effective Feature-rich Access to App Marketplace Cons Fund holds still an issue Live customer service not 24/7 Overview Square has been one of the most popular credit card processors and point of sale systems for small and mid-sized retailers almost from the moment it came on the scene in 2009. […]

  • Total Touch POS Review

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    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.

  • Upserve POS (Formerly Breadcrumb) Review

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    Pros Specifically designed for restaurant employees Online ordering Customizable interface Strong reporting Cons Slightly less bang for your buck 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 […]

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