2017-02-08 00:00:00Payment ProcessingEnglishProvide fast and convenient service, even when you're busy, by implementing a mobile point-of-sale solution. Knock out long lines and...https://quickbooks.intuit.com/ca/resources/ca_qrc/uploads/2017/06/man-swipes-card-on-mobile-point-of-sale-system.jpghttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/ca/resources/payment-processing/long-lines-mobile-point-sale-systems/Eliminate Long Lines With Mobile Point-of-Sale Systems

Eliminate Long Lines With Mobile Point-of-Sale Systems

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Don’t let long lines and busy sales counters hinder the growth of your small business. Mobile point-of-sale systems offer speed and flexibility to help you knock out long lines and help more customers. Retailers and restaurant owners who use typical small business POS solutions already enjoy benefits that include automated inventory management, effortless sales tracking and integrated customer databases. A mobile POS solution moves beyond the constraints of the sales counter to help you give your customers the attention they deserve, even when things get busy. Use your tablet to take orders during the lunch rush in your new restaurant so patrons have plenty of time to get back to the office, or process credit cards with a mobile app to minimize wait time in your clothing boutique. Outfit your retail staff with mobile devices to handle holiday returns from anywhere on the sales floor, and keep the checkout lines flowing for purchases. Mobile POS systems also make it easy for sales associates to assist customers on the spot, without a visit to the sales counter. Share product information, check inventory and process sales transactions from any location with an internet connection, inside or outside your store. A reliable small business POS system boosts efficiency and simplifies record keeping, and mobile point-of-sale solutions give your business the freedom to grow.

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