Zing has announced it has introduces its iPad app, Zing Register.
Register gives merchants the tools they need to grow their business. The tools include: account management, payment processing and real-time data analysis.
The Zing SaaS platform is hosted online, so merchants can download and install the software to their local system and integrate Register with existing solutions and POS hardware that’s already deployed.
“Enterprise-level merchants have benefitted from unified SaaS platforms and real-time operations for years, all of which require expensive custom development and integration,” said Zing CTO, Zack Angelo. “Register leverages Zing’s ability to bring enterprise-grade features and data access to SMB merchants while also leveraging the proven SaaS platforms — such as Bigcommerce, MailChimp, and Quickbooks Online — that they already rely on.”
“As a business owner, the day-to-day should be less software management and more business growth. Zing’s platform is intelligent and flexible enough to deliver relevant business data automatically rather than making the user ask for it,” said Zing CEO, Nate Stewart. “Data can be accessed from anywhere and acted on instantly, which means quicker reaction times and better conversion for merchants.”
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