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Lightspeed logo

Lightspeed stands out as a cloud-based POS solution tailored for retailers in numerous industries, including apparel, footwear, bike, jewelry, pet, sporting goods, and home decor. Its seamless integration empowers users to smoothly manage both in-store and online inventory. The system provides a cohesive view of customers and enables detailed analysis of multi-channel sales data Read more

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Touch Bistro logo

TouchBistro is a user-friendly POS system for iPad that has supported more than 29,000 restaurants in over 100 countries. This point-of-sale provider is known for its essential features, scalability, and flexibility. TouchBistro is a great fit for restaurant businesses with high turnover rates. It’s easy to train new hires to manage the system but businesses will be required to commit to a contract. Read more

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Square logo

Square Point of Sales goes back to 2009 when they were a small startup co-founded by Jack Dorsey of Twitter. They came up with a straightforward solution for merchants who want to accept payments on mobile devices. Square revolutionized the POS industry when it released its first product over a decade ago. They have since produced more modern software and hardware that help empower small to medium-sized businesses. Read more

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Shopify logo

Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Shopify is a Canadian e-commerce company founded in 2004. The platform brings together payment processing, marketing, inventory, integrations, and listing features to provide a top–of–the–line solution. Shopify is ideal for businesses and entrepreneurs in their early stages as well as enterprises earning millions of dollars annually. Read more

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Clover logo

Clover is a POS or point-of-sale system made for small businesses that want to allow customer payments in person. There are a variety of bundles and components of Clover services and third-party vendors available. Card payment processing is also offered by Clover. Payments are processed on the back end by its parent company Fiserv, a fintech and payments provider, but customers have the ability to choose their merchant service provider. Read more

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