POS System Payments

Offer various payment options from your point of sale software to provide the most for your customers.

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POS Payments

Offer various payment options from your point of sale to keep your customers happy

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Useful Employee Assessments

All KORONA POS reports and statistics are available in real-time and always reflect current numbers. You can spot issues as soon as they happen.

Get exact measures on how reliable your employees are and identify bad apples through individualized sales reports.

Make sure employees only have access to reports and functions that they need. You have full control over what numbers are visible to employees and contractors.

Track working hours right within KORONA POS. With your QuickBooks integration, accounting and payroll just got a lot simpler.

KORONA POS tracks inventory related expenses, so you know what you are actually making with each product you are selling. In addition, it will alert you about any cost changes that call for a price adjustment.

Business insights with relevant recommendations.

Cash Control

Cash Control

Track every cash movement, whether or not it’s revenue related. This ensures that everything is accounted for. With KORONA POS you know exactly where things went missing so that you can take the proper action.

More Than Just Reports

More Than Just Reports

KORONA POS doesn’t just provide reports. It actually delivers useful suggestions and even offers automation tools such as assortment cleanups and reorder level calculations.

Mobile Payment

Identify Slow Sellers

Identify Slow Sellers

KORONA POS helps to identify slow sellers better. Instead of listing seasonal products or out of stock products, KORONA POS can distinguish what items are comparable.

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Business insights with relevant recommendations.

Cash Control

Cash Control

Track every cash movement, whether or not it’s revenue related. This ensures that everything is accounted for. With KORONA POS you know exactly where things went missing so that you can take the proper action.

More Than Just Reports

More Than Just Reports

KORONA POS doesn’t just provide reports. It actually delivers useful suggestions and even offers automation tools such as assortment cleanups and reorder level calculations.

Mobile Payment

Identify Slow Sellers

Identify Slow Sellers

KORONA POS helps to identify slow sellers better. Instead of listing seasonal products or out of stock products, KORONA POS can distinguish what items are comparable.

SET UP A DEMO

What KORONA POS Users Are Saying

“Employees and customers love it, and the terminals look great, too. We were a little nervous, since they were located 2500 miles away. How could they know exactly what we need? But surprisingly they did know. The transition went very well. Any problems or questions we had were painless.:

“Best customer service of all time. I worked with many POS systems as an employee and know the frustration you sometimes experience. Now as an employer, I value perfect customer service even more. KORONA is very easy to set up and simple to use. For my store, an absolute must-have.”

KORONA makes it so easy to manage my business remotely. I can easily update pricing, enter stock receipts and view all my sales data from the website. All the POS features are customizable based on your business and the reporting is pretty endless.

Donna C.

Yum Yum Bake Shops

Anna L.

Pretzel Shack

Kristen L.

Pine and Peoria Discount Wine and Liquor

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A POS system can accept payments in a number of different ways. Most simply, it can accept cash by keeping it in the drawer. Though less common, a POS can also accept personal or travelers’ checks. But most importantly, it can accept electronic payments. These include swiped, dipped, and tapped debit and credit payments. In each of these the payment methods communicates with the POS hardware which then send the information through their processing company. The credit card processor is responsible for ensuring that each transaction is securely and successfully processed.

For each credit or debit transaction, businesses must pay their credit card processing company. This money is deducted from the total amount deposited in your business account at the end of each business day. The charges for payment processing are included for the service of facilitating a legitimate and successful payment.

There are now a wide variety of ways to make payments. Cash is still largely accepted, while fewer businesses continue to accept checks. Meanwhile, most consumers now pay with various methods for debit and credit transactions. Debit transactions can still be swiped with a magnetic strip, while credit must be inserted with an EMV chip. Additionally, contactless payments use near field communication technology to accept payments such as Apple and Android Pay.

Credit card fraud can cost businesses a great deal of money, especially if they haven’t followed the proper protections. Start by making sure you’re following all PCI compliance rules. For online payments, require CVV with each purchase. Keep purchase histories, require signatures, encourage strong passwords, keep product pages in HTTPS format, make anti-theft policies clear, and keep your software regularly updated.

A POS payment is any payment that goes directly through your point of sale system. A customer can elect to pay with any form of payment accepted by a certain store. This typically includes cash, check, debit, and credit transactions. In order for a retail store to accept all such payments, it’s necessary to have both the requisite hardware and software to facilitate the payment.