What’s inside the new Clover Station point of sale?
Designers and developers of point-of-sale systems globally have often considered Clover Station as a one-of-a-kind standard example for its innovative and modern design, ease of use and integrated performance. Now Clover Station has reinvented itself and traders across the world are asking; What else can offer something that was so complete? Here we summarize the most important updates to Clover Station. The new Clover Station is an all-in-one point-of-sale (POS) system. The most advanced protection is integrated, including fingerprint login, the latest PCI 5.0 certification, the EMV chip and contactless payment (NFC) with built-in encryption.
Clover Station, better … much better.
Previous versions of Clover Station could not accept EMV cards or factory “chip”. The new Clover Station has changed everything; Now it is possible to accept EMV cards without having to add expensive equipment or an additional peripheral. This gives merchants a greater variety of accepted payment methods and provides customers with peace of mind that their payments are handled with maximum security.
What else is differentiating the new version of Clover Station? These are just some of the features that merchants and sales managers can expect:
- A larger screen (14 “)
- Faster payment processing
- Screen in the printer facing the customer
- Fingerprint reading
- More sophisticated inventory management
- Intuitive schedule management tools
Improves the checkout experience for restaurants
Although previous versions of Clover Station could and have been placed in virtually all types of retail establishments, they were not perfectly suited to certain types of restaurants. The software has been redesigned to address these deficiencies; today there are more dynamic options available for full-service restaurants; The applications for tables and orders have visual screens that are easier to manage and considerably more optimized.