Square has announced it has added Square Invoices to its robust Canadian Square Register service.
Sellers can now accept payments in person and through Square Invoices for a 2.75% transaction price, without monthly service fees or contracts. Sellers can track all sales from their Square Dashboard, making it easy to manage all of their business operations from one place.
The online invoicing market is growing rapidly as businesses move away from traditional paper methods and look for more efficient ways to manage customer payments.
Steve Christensen, Founder and Owner of NOVO watch in Lethbridge, Alberta, said: “Square’s new invoicing tool integrates seamlessly with the rest of my system. We can do everything from one app which saves us time, keeps our business moving efficiently and helps us provide a quality experience for every customer.”
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