You can use one account to manage multiple devices, view sales reports, and manage loyalty programs to get a clear picture of your overall sales and make informed decisions about your business. Note that a monthly subscription is required in order to use uAccept POS at your restaurant. The monthly subscription includes free software upgrades.
Complete with a touch screen display, cash drawer, customer display, receipt printer, and card reader for credit and debit cards, uAccept provides you with a streamlined checkout process from ringing up a sale through payment and receipt printing.
The uAccept POS is feature-rich, providing a range of tools that restaurants need to stay on top of their game. The plug-and-play software gets you up and running in no time, and optional accessories like barcode scanners can enhance the functionality of your system. You can take multiple types of payments, including cash, credit cards, debit cards, checks, and even bitcoin.
You can also offer more convenience to your customers by utilizing uAccept’s text message option, which allows customers to place orders by text.
The menus on the touch screen are customizable, and can be set to change with the daily fluctuations of sales or with the time of day.
In addition to processing orders and taking payments, uAccept lets you add items to your inventory, view sales reports, and manage loyalty programs. You can access your business data from any internet-connected computer, meaning you can view data and make decisions on your time, no matter where you are.
The uAccept POS system also helps you create and manage customer loyalty campaigns to encourage repeat business from your loyal customers.
The uAccept POS is a touchscreen system that runs on Android devices for easy use.
This POS looks nice at first. After the most recent update it crashed, and we were without the POS for a day. Since then the POS freezes frequently. Difficult finding customers for loyalty program. Quite frustrating when you have a line of customers and all you can do is wait for the thing to unfreeze. Would not recommend. We are probably going to transition to Square.