Jarrad Lawford 28 April - 3 min read
This release delivers a swift checkout process for your team and your customers which eliminates errors in data entry.
After connecting the payment device, POS users can tap the card option during a sale or refund and choose ‘Pay’.
Spenda alerts the payment terminal and sends the transaction, ready for the customer to present their card.
After the transaction has completed, Spenda will display the payment status before prompting to print the receipt.
At first glance, these integrations may seem limited to your checkout counter, but our POS integration has many other positive effects across your business.
In this world of social distancing, clearing the checkout quickly and keeping queues down is even more important. By integrating terminal payments your customer service, business transparency, and profitability will improve, while the duration of each sale will decrease keeping your queues short and the till ringing.
So what benefits does our new update bring to your business?
The last thing your retail business needs is a long wait for your customers. 44% of Australian consumers abandoned a sale in 2019 due to a lack of payment methods online or in-store, that’s more than $13 billion in lost sales. Your shoppers expect fast, efficient buying experiences and will walk out the door if this can’t be maintained.
Enter our integrated POS payments. By integrating your POS and payment processing, you can reduce checkout time and keep the lines moving.
The last thing any business wants is to keep customers waiting. When your EFTPOS and POS are connected, your checkout times are reduced, queues move quickly and you can process more sales.
A simple mistake when manually entering payment information into your EFTPOS terminal can lead to unnecessary costs, loss of income and accidental customer overcharging. Not only does our POS system accept more payment options, but it also connects to your EFTPOS terminal in real-time. The purchase amount is quickly transferred directly to your EFTPOS machine removing the chances of human error.
By integrating your payments and POS technologies, Spenda makes it easier to gain data and insights about your business. Tracking your cash flow and payment methods empowers your business to make better forecasts and informed decisions.
Last week, many businesses across Australia were impacted by connectivity issues with their EFTPOS terminals resulting in customers simply walking away because there was no other digital alternative to pay for their goods and services.
Paying merchant fees might seem like the simple cost of doing business, but the recent surge in eCommerce means it is an area where businesses can save a significant amount of money.
Point of sale (POS) systems are an excellent tool for taking and managing payments in your business. Payment features, however, are just the basics of a POS system.
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