Encore Payment Systems is known among the merchant community for their secure line of terminals, Clear Advantage. It has created a packaged solution to add to the existing suite of tools for the small business owner. The firm is introducing its new C.A.R.E. Package to all new and existing processing merchants.
The C.A.R.E Package is an acronym for Clear Advantage Register + EMV and features the popular Clear Advantage Plus terminal (Equinox 4220) along with the new PCI compliant, Sharp electronic register (XE–A407).
The XE-A407 includes a PC-link software utility for easily programming of all price look-ups (PLUs), departments, and clerks via SD card. The C.A.R.E. Package comes with the advanced sales reporting system designed for use with QuickBooks Pro, two large displays and an extra-large cash drawer. The C.A.R.E. Package is EMV compatible for future consumer services and accepts traditional payments in the form of credit, debit, EBT, gift and loyalty card and standalone check service (PC required).
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