Whenever you manage a mobile kiosk, a ticketing counter or simply organizing a trade faire booth you have to think about how to conveniently charge credit cards and to print invoices for your customers. TabShop point of sale is the right solution for exactly that purpose. By using Stripe payment processing TabShop pos offers all that functionality directly on your Android phone. TabShop not only lets you check out any credit card payment by using Stripe but moreover represents your entire shop management system right on your own Android mobile phone. By using a Bluetooth thermo printer you can directly print invoices for your customers after you charged your customers credit cards by using global Stripe card processing. By integrating multiple payment and credit processing platforms, TabShop is one of the most flexible mobile point of sale systems right on your Android phone or tablet. And the best thing is, Stripe credit card processing is available also within the free TabShop app version.
Over the last month we heard a lot about a new cool technology that allows your smartphone (iPhones and co) to easily accept all major credit cards. Even Wired published an entire article on Square within their actual issue. In fact, Square is a stylish card reader that can be plugged into the audio jack of a smartphone. Through that square reader and accompanied app it is possible to simply pay by using your credit card.
Square was co-founded by Twitter creator Jack Dorsey and Jim McKelvey. Dorsey also serves as CEO, Keith Rabois as COO. Square offers its reader for free and takes a little fee for each transaction you perform on your device.
In the last days Starbucks jumped onto the Square hype.
Starbucks will accelerate mobile payments leadership by choosing Square for pyyments.
Groundbreaking Partnership to Stimulate Small Business Growth and Enhance Payment Experience for Millions of Customers
SEATTLE and SAN FRANCISCO, – August 8, 2012 – Starbucks Coffee Company (NASDAQ: SBUX), with its leading mobile payment platform, and Square, the company revolutionizing everyday transactions between buyers and sellers, announced a broad innovative partnership to bring the best possible payment experience to both sides of the Starbucks counter.