Popular tablet POS system adds QuickBooks integration

The solution now populates the accounting application with retailers' up-to-date store data.

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ShopKeep, a retail point-of-sale (POS) system designed by a small retailer for shop owners like himself  that includes a cloud-based management service, has added several new features -- including direct integration with the QuickBooks accounting application.

The new service, made possible through a partnership with Retail Intel, allows stores to import up-to-data store data automatically, which saves on journal entries. The cost of doing this will be based on how many store locations a retailers is managing.

Other new features include:

  • Up to 3,000 customizable buttons on the register interface
  • A faster new printing feature
  • The ability to print tickets to multiple stations in quick-serve restaurants (like the kitchen and bar); conversely, retailers with small stores or spaces (like food trucks) can print both receipts and order tickets to the same printer
  • Updates reporting
  • A facility for making it simpler to handle merchandise returns

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