Mobile wallets, that enable customers to pay using their mobile phone rather than cash or card, are no longer new. Most mobile providers now have their own software, but with technology improving all the time and use is only set to grow.
Cloud based POS systems are on the increase and for good reason. Rather than storing all your data on a closed internal network, everything is stored in the cloud and can be accessed from anywhere you have access to the internet, giving you greater control over your business.
POS systems don’t just process payments, they collect data, lots of data. And, as technology improves so do the data collection and analysis abilities. In addition to payment details and method, POS systems can collect tax information, track stock levels, monitor employee productivity and sales and collate customer details.
Customers don’t want to wait, they want everything now and, consequently, POS software that enables on-demand purchases is increasingly popular.
Bluetooth is starting to take off in a big way, especially since Apple removed the headphone jack from their phones and forced Apple users to get on board with it.
One of the big evolving trends currently is flexible, mobile POS systems, like MePOS Mobile. Customers no longer want to wait in queues to pay, and with mobile POS systems, they