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QuickBooks Point of Sale Goes Mobile with GoPayment

Seth Fineberg

Thursday, June 7, 2012 - 10:04

Intuit has integrated its mobile payment processing application GoPayment with the latest version of QuickBooks Point of Sale, designed for small retailers.

Intuit has integrated its mobile payment processing application GoPayment with the latest version of QuickBooks Point of Sale, designed for small retailers.

Using QuickBooks Point of Sale 2013, users have access to a free GoPayment app that comes with a card reader which plugs into the audio jack of an iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch as well as popular Android devices. Users can then swipe a card to process a payment, send an email or text receipt with a map of where the transaction took place, and automatically charge the correct sales tax using geolocation.

Sales and inventory data from GoPayment integrates with QuickBooks Point of Sale, storing all current sales and inventory data in one location. Users can also automatically populate inventory items within QuickBooks Point of Sale into the GoPayment app, eliminating the need to do it manually. 

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Tags: Mobile Payments, Americas, Intuit, POS, GoPayment, QuickBooks

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