PhoneSwipe offers an app and mobile card reader for taking credit and debit card payments while you’re away from your store or office. You can accept credit all major card payments almost anywhere.

Plug n Play WebXpress


Plug'n Pay's WebXpress gateway is an attempt to simplify online payments by offering a "plug-in" solution for an ecommerce website. All the programming code you need is generated automatically by the WebXpress Wizard.



For businesses who need to accept payments on the go, Pogo from First Data works with smartphones and tablets. Pogo allows businesses to accept credit cards, signature-based debit cards, and even cash transactions.

POSsible POS

POS Systems

POSsible POS is a point of sale system designed for the food service industry, but which can be used in retail and non-profit organizations as well. The company is headquartered in Texas.


Credit Card Machines

The Poynt credit card processing machine is getting some attention for its interesting design and claims of being “future proof.” The Android-based terminal has dual screens within a single device – one screen faces the cashier, and the other screen faces the customer.

Poynt 5

Credit Card Machines

New from POS equipment company Poynt is the Poynt 5, a light, portable card acceptance machine for businesses. Just like the original terminal, the Poynt 5 system takes all kinds of payments, including EMV chip cards, magnetic stripe cards, contactless payments, EBT cards, gift cards, and PIN on glass payments.

ProcessNow Mobile


*** As of January 2018, ProcessNow equipment is no longer available. ***

ProcessNow Register

POS Systems

*** As of January 2018, ProcessNow Registers are no longer available. We’re leaving this review for historical purposes, but you won’t be able to purchase a ProcessNow system. For alternatives, please visit our POS System directory. ***

ProCharge Mobile


ProCharge’s mobile card reader accepts credit, debit, and gift card payments wherever you are. If you’re in a business that needs to be able to take payments at clients’ homes, fairs, or other job sites, mobile processing enables that. T


POS Systems

Quetzals are birds. We didn’t know that, either. But the Quetzal POS system features a bird in its logo, and google (plus a livechat with the company) confirms that a quetzal is a brightly-colored bird native to the South American rainforest. That’s not particularly relevant to point of sale systems, but gives you some insight into the company culture (bright and quirky) and explains the slightly odd company name.

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