Merchants who use this optional feature can expect several benefits including PCI compliance, faster checkout times, fewer errors, and reduced paper usage. "Integrating credit card processing directly within GiftLogic eliminates the need to do everything twice," the spokesperson further explained. "Rather than swiping a credit card through a leased machine and then manually keying in the information into the POS software, integrated credit card processing is a simple matter of swiping and completing the transaction."
GiftLogic offers an inexpensive card reader for use with integrated processing. "Our customers love the fact that they can turn in their expensive leased terminals and stop paying monthly fees," the spokesperson said. "They immediately receive a return on investment by switching. Plus, they can also cancel their separate phone line, resulting in even more immediate and ongoing savings."
By adding integrated credit card processing to GiftLogic, merchants are able to speed transaction times, as well as, eliminate duplicate accounting efforts. "You don't have to reconcile reports from the credit card terminal and POS system."
The spokesperson also explained that integrated credit card processing reduces the amount of receipts generated per transaction. "We've cut the paper requirements in half with this integration," they said.
GiftLogic POS software is a comprehensive point-of-sale system designed for retailers and shop owners who want a cost-effective computerized cash register and store management system. GiftLogic comes with a variety of standard features including cash register, inventory management, purchasing and receiving, and gift receipts. Numerous optional features including integrated credit card processing, QuickBooks integration, gift registry, and consignment allow merchants to build a robust POS system that supports and enhances operations.
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