Global Payments Inc. has announced an agreement with ShopKeep POS, a leader in iPad point-of-sale (POS) solutions for brick and mortar businesses, to offer an iPad POS solution to Global Payments’ merchants throughout the United States. This agreement combines Global Payments’ services and distribution network with the ShopKeep POS system and award-winning customer care to provide merchants with a complete store management system and business data at their fingertips to help them grow.
The solution offers small and medium-sized merchants a highly-functional, cost-effective cloud-based POS system to facilitate transactions as well as manage sales, inventory, staff and customers, all from an iPad.
“Tablet-based POS systems are revolutionising the way merchants interact with their customers,” said Sid Singh, SVP and GM, Integrated Solutions for Global Payments. “These solutions enable millions of small and medium sized merchants with the ability to accept card payments with inexpensive, yet highly functional POS systems.
“We are delighted to partner with ShopKeep, an innovative company that will help keep Global Payments at the forefront of cloud-based POS software solutions,” he said.
“This relationship with Global Payments continues to build upon our promise to merchants to partner with the best service providers in the industry,” said Todd Lasher, ShopKeep POS’ new VP and GM of its Channel Business.
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