No system is ever 100% secure, so it’s important to take all precautions to prevent any possible exploits or hacks that could endanger your business. While businesses that specialize in processing your payments do make sure that your account is safe, there are programs such as Symantec and McAfee that you can use for extra security.
One of Revel’s best characteristics is that it integrates with most hardware brands. You’re not forced into using just one kind of cash drawer or printer, so Revel is a great choice if, like many new food truck owners, you’re relying on used equipment or have cobbled together an assortment of different hardware components. Additionally, it’s possible to integrate directly with third-party add-ons, including mobile payments, online ordering, gift/customer reward cards, and financial software suites. Basically, Revel is flexible enough to be whatever you need it to be.
Aesthetically pleasing and highly functional, this Windfall iPad stand is like no other on the market and a must have in your retail store. Set up your POS system any way you like using a number of different accessories that come with the stand. By installing the PivotTable at the base of your iPad stand, you can easily swivel your iPad back and forth to face you or your customer during any part of the order process.
The good thing about the Logi BASE is there won’t be any pesky cables jutting out of the side of your iPad Pro while it’s in use, although the Smart Connector means the iPad will have to stay in landscape mode. The Logi BASE isn’t for ever POS system, but it’s perfect for a small business that needs to make use of its iPad for other tasks. You can easily drop the iPad into the Logi BASE when it’s time to process a transaction and lift it away again when you need to use it elsewhere.
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These stand upright while the ipad is manipulated, very sturdy, well made, and perfect for us where we have conference rooms and we don’t want it to be easy for someone to walk out with a pad. We aren’t securing them to the table.
eMobilePOS is a space-saving and easy to use tablet-based POS solution that helps food truck and mobile concession stands to keep lines moving during peak hours while tracking stock items, employees, and patrons.
Because Square is so simple – usually installed on a pad or mobile phone – it’s possible (and financially feasible) to get an app for every person who works for you. That way, they can move around freely, interacting with customers, taking orders, and making the wait for food much shorter. As Square puts it, your employees “can each be their own point of sale.” Square works fine without any additional hardware, but if you’d like to accept cash or print receipts, it is a simple matter to just buy a cash drawer or a small printer. Square is not for everyone. It works best for food truckers who are just starting out or who have minimal sales. Large-volume trucks need more robust inventory trackers and might find the Square’s reporting tools a bit insipid.
Whether you’re thinking about opening a small business or you’re looking to upgrade your current POS system, you might consider switching to iPad! Many businesses have combined services like Square and PayPal with a couple iPads to create a POS system that’s cost effective, futuristic, and a little fun. If you’d like to get an iPad-based POS system up and running, you’re going to need a good stand. We’ve put together a list of some of the best!
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Very Safe: Comes with Security Lock and Keys, Keep Tablets Secured Inside Sec Holder, Easy for Manager and Safe in Public Area. 360 Degree Rotating: Easily Adjust Viewing Angle or Rotate for Horizonta…
Everybody wants to get a cut of the action, even the city. With vending permits, parking permits and the like. And every city and county have their own rules and taxes. Your food truck POS needs to have a flexible taxes interface that is easy to adjust and configure depending on where you are and what taxes apply to what you’re selling.
It currently only supports iPad 2/3/4 4th generation (Lightning) and iPad Air (Lightning). One key benefit is that Square Stand can be fully rotated at the base to make it accessible to the customer. iPads can be locked into the stand, while the included security kit lets you keep it firmly attached to your sales counter, removing some of the risks of theft.
2.100% Compatibility: Ideal for iPad 2,3,4 and iPad air, iPad air 2, iPad Pro 9.7″. Model:For iPad 2/3/4/iPad air/iPad air 2/iPad Pro 9.7″. Very Safe: Comes with Security Lock and Keys, Keep Tablets S…
Julie Titterington is a writer, editor, and native Oregonian who lives in the beautiful Willamette Valley with her husband and two small children. When she’s not writing or testing software, she spends her time reading early 20th century mystery novels, staring blankly at her iPhone, and attempting to keep her kids fed, clothed, and relatively uninjured.