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Owning a Clover Station doesn’t prevent you from switching processors, it just prevents you from continuing to use your existing Clover POS with a different processor. Unfortunately, you’ll need to decide if changing processors is worth purchasing another point of sale system. In many cases, if your processor is gouging you on fees, the answer is a resounding yes.
Clover Station POS - $ 1,149: De loin l’option matérielle la plus avancée et la plus chère de Clover, la station vous offre toutes les fonctionnalités du Clover Mini - et même d’autres. La station est dotée de la vitesse et de la sécurité optimales de tous les systèmes Clover POS. En outre, vous pouvez accéder à un deuxième écran destiné au client à l'aide de Clover Station, ce qui améliore également les interactions avec vos clients.

Some credit card processors (like Heartland) can offer “non-integrated” processing with the Clover. Instead of accepting payments through the Clover POS, you’ll take cards using a connect countertop terminal. (With Heartland, an Ingenico iCT220.) Essentially, you’ll use the Clover station for your point of sale functions such as order entry and reporting, and use the countertop terminal to actually accept payments.


Une version gratuite du logiciel Square est disponible pour les personnes à budget limité, et les frais de traitement des paiements sont assez bon marché - proches de ce que vous pouvez obtenir sur le plan Register Lite de Clover. Vous pouvez également ajouter des fonctionnalités à vos points de vente, telles que le traitement de la paie et les fonctionnalités de fidélisation de la clientèle.
We own a boutique where we also offer screen printing and embroidery. The clover system was sold to us as full POS system. Not the case at all. We were all excited to get started with it. It looked modern, cool, and expectations were high. When we tried to ring up our first printing order of more than 100 pieces we found our first issue. The system will not allow sales of items with a quantity of more than 100. Not a good thing when we routinely sale t-shirt orders of more than 100 shirts. We either had to make up multiple skus, which made a receipt look terribly unprofessional or make an invoice on word. Then I wanted to run a report on inventory value. Not possible. You can export a report to excel but good luck with that. My wife and I have both called customer support. We were both told that when enough people complained about the same issue, they may look into a fix. Until then, nothing would change. This was after going through multiple customer service reps who didn’t even understand what I was asking for help with. When asked if we could return the 2 POS systems we bought we were literally told “they’re yours, you bought them, do what you want with them, you could try selling them on ebay”. Needless to say, at this point, POS and Clover have a whole new meaning for us. Definitely not “Point of Sale” or “Lucky Clover”. We’re currently looking for another option, over $2000 and a lot of frustration later.
I can tell you it definitely can be reprogrammed but they dont allow it because they want a proprietary system so sales offices will promote their system knowing that it will make it tough for that business to switch because they have to buy a new POS system. We have Clover as an option and I detest this about it because I have other customers that got a Clover from another sales office and aren’t able to reprogram it because they wont allow it. However it’s doable because if I have a business owner who sells the business it can be reprovisioned as they call it. Or if the business owner changes businesses names and location but it is done by the same sales office, so that is a lot of BS that it is security. The only security is for that sales office that the merchant will stay longer even when not happy. I hope that helps.
Mais ne vous y trompez pas. Bien que QuickBooks POS puisse sembler avancé, il est livré avec une interface très intuitive accompagnée d'une mise en page simple. La facilité d'utilisation est l'un des principaux avantages ici, car le système de point de vente au détail QuickBooks est suffisamment simple pour être compris et modifié par les utilisateurs non techniques.
The Clover POS system allows any merchant to run a full featured point of sale system on a custom android tablet at a fraction of the cost of traditional POS systems. Clover POS is easily programmable for a variety of retail businesses and restaurants and offers the ability to accept normal credit and debit cards as well as EMV and NFC payments such as Apple Pay.
My main complaint is Clover customer service and the unstable platform it is based on. In the one week I have used the Clover Mini I have had to reboot the units twice and they have been off line numerous times. Reboot is not a big deal, but for a brand new machine which cost $425 each I expected reliability of the FD130 or a Verifine unit (both of which I have used. )
Leased Clover for my retail business last June and have to say that it’s been a largely positive experience… The customers find it easy to use (most important of all) and the staff have taken to it very easily (next most important group!). Still some small glitches on the reporting side insofar as ‘tap & go’ is hard to reconcile with bank statements but otherwise I would certainly recommend for a small retailer such as myself.
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