PNC Merchant launches tablet POS for restaurants

Feb. 13, 2014

PNC Merchant Services has introduced a new tablet-based point-of-sale system for restaurant owners/managers. The Clover Station from First Data Corporation is capable of replacing the cash register, credit/debit card terminal, receipt printer and barcode scanner, according to a news release.

Clover Station features include:

  • High-resolution touch screen – Equipped with an encrypted card reader and a fast-focusing camera for barcode and QR scanning.
  • Cloud technology – Allows merchants to track their business operations from anywhere, at anytime.
  • Always online – Merchants can process transactions even if the Internet connection is disrupted.
  • App Market – New apps are available for download to help grow a merchant's business. Options include apps to assign and transfer tables between servers, or to establish special pricing during happy hour.
  • Simplify management duties – Access to employee timecards, transaction reports and inventory management all on one system.

"Clover offers restaurants advanced technology and user-friendly functionality," said David Shorten, senior vice president and general manager, PNC Merchant Services. "Its cutting-edge technology and features can help restaurant owners manage and simplify their business."

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