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Restaurant Point of Sale

Curb to Kitchen seamless integration that supports online menus, digital menus, pay at the table, and more.

Checkout with POS

Retail Point of Sale

Manage inventory, pricing, stock management from web to store, wireless payments and more.

Checkout with POS

Commercial Point of Sale

Accept payments on site, on the road, online, B2B, and integrate with all your inventory and analytics tracking.

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Gift Cards

Increase Ticket Amounts
Build Brand Awareness
Increase Repeat Purchases

Loyalty Cards

Loyalty Reward Programs

Encourage repeat business
Combine with gift cards

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Automotive

Fleet management, expense cards, and inventory tracking.

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B 2 B

Selling, invoicing, managing and serving businesses.

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Construction

Tracking, financing, and authorization solutions.

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Gas Stations

Convenience stores sales, inventory tracking, and curbside sales.

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Healthcare

Invoice online, on site, and by phone. Offer financing.

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Hospitality

Reservations, checkout, staffing, and analytics.

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Home Repair

On site payments, estimates, and fleet management.

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Lawn Service

Collect payment on site instantly, online payment portals, electonic checks.

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Online Sales

Merchant accounts, payment gateways, auto-deposit, PCI compliance.

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Restaurants

Tab management, pay at the table, online and on site menu management.

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Retail

Point of Sale systems that integrate with inventory, websites, and more.

CSI branded Clover mobile credit card processing

Salons & Spas

Booking, tip management, electronic checks, online payments.

Why Supporting Local Businesses Matters

When it comes to shopping, it’s easy to get caught up in the convenience of big-box stores and online retailers. However, supporting local businesses is an important way to help your community thrive. Here are some reasons why you should consider shopping locally:

Local businesses are the backbone of the economy

Small and local businesses are the engines of local economies. They provide jobs, boost economic activity, and help keep money circulating within the community. According to research, 60-70 cents stays within the local economy for every dollar spent at a local business. By supporting local businesses, you’re helping to ensure your community’s long-term health and prosperity.

Local businesses offer unique products and services

One of the great things about local businesses is that they often offer products and services you can’t find anywhere else. Whether it’s a specialty food store, a boutique clothing shop, or a handmade craft store, local businesses are often the go-to places for unique and one-of-a-kind items. By shopping at local businesses, you’re supporting the creativity and individuality of your community.

Local businesses have a personal touch

Local business owners are often deeply invested in their communities. They care about their customers and the quality of their products and services. By shopping at local businesses, you can develop personal relationships with the owners and employees and feel like a valued community member.

Local businesses help reduce environmental impact

Shopping locally can also have a positive impact on the environment. Local businesses often source their products locally, reducing the carbon footprint associated with shipping and transportation. They also tend to use less packaging, meaning less landfill waste.

Local businesses support community organizations.

They will likely be the first to step up and support community organizations and events. Whether sponsoring a local sports team or donating products to a charity auction, local businesses are often the backbone of community support.

So the next time you’re in the market for something, consider checking out local businesses first. You may be surprised at the unique and high-quality products and services they have to offer, and you’ll be doing your part to help your community thrive.