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USAePay Product Now Available On ZingCheckout App


The ZingCheckout iPad application is now available on the App Store with integration for PaySaber Clip, a USAePay mobile hardware product.

The PaySaber Clip is the first mobile point of sale hardware to integrate with ZingCheckout, according to a Jan. 9 press release from the ZingCheckout and USAePay.

Point-of-sale systems from ZingCheckout enable merchants to accept payments and run a business on the go with an iPad, according to the release.

The secure, cloud-based application features built-in customer and inventory databases, sales reports and AirPrint support. The application operates on PCs or Apple computers, offering businesses the freedom to run on a variety of devices.

“The PaySaber Clip and ZingCheckout point-of-sale software combine as a strong mobile solution for our merchants,” Ben Goretsky, USAePay CEO, said in the release.

Social media integration sets ZingCheckout apart from competing software, the release said. With each purchase, merchants may send branded digital receipts via email or text message that customers can instantly share on Facebook or Twitter. Each share links to the merchants’ “Social Listing,” a customizable website that comes with every ZingCheckout account.

The PaySaber Clip is one of three options in the line of PaySaber mobile point of sale devices. The Clip is compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. ZingCheckout is scheduled to add support for the PaySaber Jack and Android devices within the month.



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