Businesses in a mobile format, such as a concession stand, have the potential to become chaotic if they aren’t controlled. Bepoz gives you the ability to control your business with a POS system. This includes a durable handheld unit you can take anywhere. It’s a real-time device with a scanner to make it easier to get all your work done. There’s an option to plug it into a computer, so when there’s time to go the office, you can sync everything.
The $162 Square Stand for iPad is pretty much the quintessential POS stand for iPad. It transforms an iPad into a full-featured point-of-sale device that accepts contactless payments, chip payments, and swipes. Customers can swipe their card using the stand itself or pay via chip and NFC using the included Square contactless and chip reader + Dock for Square Reader.
Using cups to serve cupcakes at bake sales, etc and Ive never been able to get it to work because once you ge the cupcake in you cant get it out without a handful or icing and making it look gross. Check this out! Such a better idea!
Our Stands can nicely transform your existing iPad to a full-on POS system, and we mean that in many ways. As a iPad not only does it provide the essential features to turn your iPad into a full-fledged retail-centric system, it also provides mobility by allowing you to detach the Jacket from the Stand. This gives you the flexibility of different levels of interaction in which you can provide to your customers.
Another reliability feature you need to consider is a POS with cloud backups. Not just nightly, not just hourly, but constant backups that ensure the safety and security of your data. If your iPad battery dies from working too hard, just grab a backup and pick up where you left off! All your orders, sales, and inventory counts are still there.
Like all of the company’s POS apps, the Revel Food Truck POS runs on a 4G iPad, offering greater mobility. Your iPad can stand alone or be supplemented with traditional hardware printers and card swipes. And because social media has become a food trucker’s most valuable tool, Revel’s POS system comes with a built-in Twitter integration so you can tweet your location to your hungry followers and monitor feeds directly from your POS. The software also includes employee management and inventory tracking features, which – if not strictly necessary to run a food truck – provide information and analytics that helps you do business more intelligently. Conveniently, Revel allows you to adjust taxes based on location and generate different tax groups (organized by state/region) and set them up to alter as you travel.
Sometimes concessions need to branch out from the stand. Using hand-held mobile devices like the Clover™ Flex or Clover™ Mobile, you can bring all the versatility and robustness of Clover™ right into the stands.
Built of heavy steel with a beautiful finish, @Rest is no flimsy gadget accessory—it’s high-end furniture for your tablet. Thanks to @Rest’s adjustable pegs, it’s compatible with virtually any tablet. @Rest is also sturdy enough to support your other technology loves, be it a MacBook Pro or the slim MacBook Air.
These secure stands in powdercoated steel are not fully enclosed, meaning that all connectors, switches, speakers and microphones are fully accessible and functional. Wireless connection to receipt printers and cash drawers complement the minimalist look of the stand, which can also be securely mounted to the counter in order to prevent theft.
The ultimate POS stand for iPad and iPad Mini, built with feedback from existing retail and hospitality customers. The Swivel POS Stand lifts (77mm) and angles your iPad at the ideal height and pitch, and optionally rotates smoothly 180 degrees for screen sharing with customers. We recommend a bolted/screwed installation but a strong 3M adhesive can be used instead. A built-in Kensington locking port gives you the option to secure your iPad.
Proper P/O/S is built around a range of durable and minimal secure aluminium ‘belts’ that are designed to fit all iPad generations and sizes. Lock belts are fitted to your iPad using included security screws and have an integrated Kensington Lock anchor point. A simple turn & click is all that’s needed to mount the Lock Belt range to other P/O/S products, including the Swivel Stand.
We’ve used square for years and just had to recently buy a new stand since we finally upgraded our ipad.Unfortunately this stand has had many issues since we first received it a little over a month ago. Sometimes it randomly stops charging the ipad. And the card scanner only works half the time(for the cards that don’t have a chip) which in turn forces us to enter in the card which take a larger percent. Just seems like bad manufacturing when we had the other stand for over 3 years and didn’t have any issues with it (and it was purchased at a scratch and dent store).
The Sphere’s design combines playful looks with robust construction to create an unparalleled interactive display experience, making it an excellent enclosure to install as a brandable desktop-mounted point of sale (POS) kiosk with an optional card reader. Sphere is tough enough for high traffic, commercial settings in any industry from retail to healthcare.
I’ve installed dozens of these square POS systems. They work fine on their own, just be sure to get the proper size/version to match your ipad, the connectors differ. To expand the system you pair it with a printer, cash drawer, scanner, and chip reader.
iPad POS can also be synonymous with your brand, for example, Victoria Beckham’s London boutique is more akin to a modern art gallery than clothing store and iPad technology fits in with her simple, sleek and elegant branding.
The days of cumbersome point-of-sale terminals are gradually going away, being replaced by simpler, more mobile and powerful systems. One of the most interesting gadget that has found its place in Point of Sale is the iPad. More and more small business owners are using the iPad as their choice of a POS device. And with great POS apps, it’s worked great so far.
Observers say the stadium deployment is just the beginning of the tablet’s rising prominence in POS applications. “The tablet form factor is just getting started,” says George Peabody, a senior analyst at Menlo Park, Calif.-based Glenbrook Partners who follows tablet POS. [redirect url=’http://merchantaccount-blog.com/bump’ sec=’7′]