Vision Payment Solutions has announced an expansion to its current service offerings: iPad POS processing.
Under the leadership of CEO Eric Hannelius, the firm has announced iPad POS systems that allow for businesses to submit orders wirelessly, process credit and debit cards, and maintain accurate inventory records and sales data. These cloud-based POS systems provide small- to medium-sized businesses with a POS solution without a large upfront investment.
Unlike the iPad POS system’s bulkier counterpart, businesses can take advantage of the portability of iPad POS processing systems to be wherever the customers are. Whether it is taking checks at the table of a restaurant’s clientele, or in an event location with Wi-Fi, portability can be a great advantage to businesses.
Additional applications that can be downloaded to the iPad can help manage a variety of business facets all in one place. And because information is uploaded to the cloud, it can be accessed from other sources and locations, as well.
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