38 percent of retailers remain exclusively bricks and mortar, according to a report from the Australian Retailers Association (ARA).
Payments company Square has revealed some figures around its growth in Australia since the local launch of its card reader last year, stating that over 60,000 businesses are using one or more of its products.
This will allow any vendor using the point-of-sale system to essentially become a delivery-ready store, with GetSwift automatically queueing, batching, routing, and dispatching the delivery of any products purchased through an Albert POS.
Queanbeyan startup myBUZZ is an admin portal where businesses can automatically or manually communicate directly to customers, replacing the age old buzzer and pager. A business can send confirmation messages to customers on their order and the expected wait time.
John Karydis was just your average small business owner who commuted the roads of Brisbane and had lunch on the run between work sites as part of his daily grind.
Melbourne-based startup Rewardle, which digitises the traditional ‘buy 9, get 1 free’ paper punch card, is rapidly gaining popularity amongst High St merchants. Today, the startup announces that it is the first Australian company to integrate with Revel Systems, one of the world’s leading iPad Point of Sale providers.
After much anticipation, Adelaide startup Aston Club, deemed “the uber of the hospitality industry” has just launched into the iOS and Android markets. Incorporated into the smartphone application is a Point Of Sale-integrated mobile payment system, member benefit programme with exclusive VIP rewards and unique marketing solutions for merchants.