Android-based Toast’s creators developed this cloud POS as an alternative to the poorly serviced, difficult-to-update POS systems most restaurateurs had to contend with just a decade ago. Toast is restaurant-specific and suitable for full service, quick service, cafes, and pizzerias. It can also be used by businesses that just serve alcohol, such as bars and nightclubs.
Je n’ai pas de recul sur plusieurs années des résultats d’analyses mais je peux déjà apprécier les avantages que m’offre le foin ventilé que je produits : il est plus appétant et il n’y a quasiment aucun refus. J’ai aussi et surtout la certitude de faire du bon foin chaque année et de ne pas avoir à en acheter à l’extérieur.  Comme ma ration est à base de foin ventilé + foin botte et regain botte qui sont plus grossiers, je n’ai pas de problème de rumination.
The upfront costs of purchasing Clover Station can be prohibitive for some merchants — the MSRP is $1,349 per station, plus another $50 if you want the new NFC-capable customer-facing receipt printer. Then it’s another $200 per station for a Clover-enabled FD40 PIN Pad if you want your system to be able to accept PIN debit and/or EBT payments. Or you can opt to add one of the portable/mobile Clover products, Clover Mini or Clover Flex, which are capable of processing any payment type out-of-the-box and retail from $499-$599. (This does not include Clover’s software fees, which typically range from about $14 to $49/month.)
Maybe you’re a former Clover user who wants to try something different. Or perhaps you are considering Clover but aren’t sure if Clover is the right POS for your business and are still weighing all your options. Whatever your reasons for looking at Clover alternatives, now is a good time to check out some of the top-rated competitors to Clover on the market. There are dozens of different POS systems on the market, but the following ones are the best alternatives to Clover, specifically.

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.


Vous n'allez pas obtenir le meilleur service client au monde de ce fournisseur de points de vente, ce qui signifie que la plupart du temps, il est préférable d'essayer de résoudre vous-même vos problèmes. De plus, votre logiciel fonctionnera uniquement avec le matériel Clover POS, ce qui signifie que c'est un meilleur choix pour un acheteur de nouveau sur le marché. De plus, étant donné que l'appareil est verrouillé sur Clover, si vous décidez de changer de processeur de paiement, vous devrez recommencer à zéro.
I purchased mine from First Data and was assured that Clover could do everything my First Data Dinerware could do. After 1 month of giving Clover the chance to fix there numerous problems I sent the system back. It's not a good fit for a full service restaurant, also the sales rep knew nothing about even the basics of the Clover system. It took me 3 times longer to enter an order. This is a big 5 thumbs down on this system....
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