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Small business owners: iPad Point of Sale experiences?

Discussion in 'Business, Careers & Education' started by Cary Grant, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. Cary Grant

    Cary Grant Distinguished Member

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    Anybody using Revel, Vend or similar?

    I have a need for one register, one location POS. Needs to tie in to a price calculating food scale.
     


  2. David Lopez

    David Lopez New Member

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    I work with Revel, Vend, Ambur, POS Lavu. I have merchants I work with using all of those systems. I can help consult you on what is the best solution.

    You can contact me here: [email protected]

    Thanks.
     


  3. impolyt_one

    impolyt_one Stylish Dinosaur

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    Also interested in this, Cary Grant, so a bump for you.
     


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    3rd interested.

    We use a Moneris POS, which is good... But the hardware (tower) provided is useless.
     


  5. Teger

    Teger Stylish Dinosaur

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    the most common software is square, which is easy to use but has higher rates and can't handle multi-purchase refunds well. what's more important to you - lowest possible rates, ease of use, appearance, flexibility? do you plan on doing a lot of manual entry purchases (over the phone purchases), or is it all in person?
     


  6. Cary Grant

    Cary Grant Distinguished Member

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    Teger-

    Square is more at taking payments/processing. I might for example use Square in combination with Vend, Revel etc...

    It's the full point-of-sale I'm interested in, including inventory, staff log-in, etc.

    :)


    Revel has added a food scale since I last looked into it so that's important.
     
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    There's also mPowa, though the device hasn't been released yet.
     


  8. Cary Grant

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    ^^Not in US- and again, I need a kiosk with scale etc...
     


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    I work at mPowa, it's not in the US, yet. But it will be soon. No scale in the plans though :s
     


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