QuickBooks Point of Sale 2013 now enables small business retailers to integrate with GoPayment, the company’s mobile payment processing application.
Intuit processes more than $20 billion annually in the U.S.
“With 10 years of point of sale experience, we understand the challenges small retailers face when trying to grow their business,” said Chris Hylen, vice president and general manager of Intuit’s Payment Solutions division. “By integrating QuickBooks Point of Sale 2013 with GoPayment, we’re liberating retailers from their cash registers so they can better serve their customers and ring up more sales both in the store and on the go.”
The integration of QuickBooks Point of Sale with GoPayment is a part of Intuit’s strategy to enable its entire base of 8 million small business customers to accept payments with GoPayment.
The free GoPayment app comes with a card reader that plugs into the audio jack of an iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch as well as most Android devices. Users can automatically charge the correct sales tax using geolocation.
The sales and inventory data from GoPayment integrates with QuickBooks Point of Sale, storing all current sales and inventory data in one spot. Users can also automatically populate inventory items within QuickBooks Point of Sale into the GoPayment app, eliminating the need to do it manually.
GoPayment also syncs sales data with QuickBooks financial software, which can be used in conjunction with QuickBooks Point of Sale to manage a retailer’s finances.
GoPayment Pricing and Availability
QuickBooks Point of Sale 2013 software starts at $1,099.95 with the option to buy a complete set of integrated retail hardware. The free GoPayment app and card reader work on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch as well as the most popular Android devices. Discount rates start as low as 1.64 percent.