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New Square POS integration with Goodtill

By Chris Dawson August 21, 2019 - 10:36 am

Square have announced a new integration with Goodtill point of sale (POS) to give more businesses across the UK access to its tools and services. If you already use Square for online payments, telephone orders, or in person transactions and are looking for a fully integrated POS then Square POS with Goodtill could be of interest.

Goodtill serves a range of businesses from multi-location restaurants to retail stores to give them access to functionalities including loyalty capabilities and complex inventory management. Businesses using Goodtill will now be able to process payments seamlessly using Square.

“Square is focused on forming partnerships with best-in-class companies to help meet the diverse and specific needs of the merchants we serve. With this integration, businesses can benefit from the vertical-specific point of sale from Goodtill and accept all forms of payment with Square so they never miss a sale and get their money the next working day.”
– Nick Harris, Partnerships Lead, Square

Square launched in the UK in 2017 and now has 40+ partners that provide tools that integrate with Square POS, including solutions for accounting & tax, e-commerce and inventory management. With Square, sellers can accept payments from all major credit and debit cards with no monthly fees or long-term contracts. Square offers transparent pricing charging 1.75% per transaction for in-person payments and 2.5% for telephone payments, online orders and invoices.

“Goodtill software is helpful and easy for merchants and by partnering with Square we are now able to serve more merchants without compromising on their experience. Integrating our point-of-sale with Square payment tools means a broader set of small and large merchants can utilise the tools they need to start, run and grow.”
– Oliver Rowbory, Co-founder and director of Goodtill

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