The Zettle Terminal puts a store kit in the palm of small business owners’ hands, helping them manage sales, inventory, reporting and payments in one place. The mobile terminal supports a new way of interacting by helping to enable staff to take payments anywhere in store.
PayPal Holdings, Inc. launched the Zettle Terminal in the UK, an all-in-one point of sale (POS) solution that offers increased mobility in-store for small businesses.
„The Zettle Terminal is ready to go right out of the box, it does not require a second device to pair it with. Featuring a sleek touchscreen, this all-in-one mobile point of sale system is easy to setup and use, offering small businesses simplicity and efficiency,” the company said.
The release is well-timed with consumers making greater use of contactless cards and digital wallets, and contactless payments set to make up almost half (47%) of all UK payments by the end of 20221.
„With Zettle Terminal, we’re helping small businesses in the UK digitise to meet the needs of consumers who want a seamless commerce experience across all channels – in-store, online and on mobile,” shared Jim Magats, PayPal’s senior vice president of payments and small business solutions. “The Zettle Terminal is a complete, mobile in-store and omnichannel solution that offers a range of flexible payment options and interoperability across ecommerce, accounting and banking partners to help businesses run seamlessly and efficiently.”
The Zettle Terminal comes with a pre-loaded SIM card2; its combined WiFi and cellular connectivity means that small businesses are no longer dependent on fixed check-out points. It makes the checkout completely mobile; the seller is free to complete the entire checkout process, from start to finish, where the customer is—on the shop floor, by the table, on the terrace, at the point of delivery or anywhere where there’s cellular coverage. It can also be paired with a dock that has a built-in printer for on-the-spot receipt printing.
The Zettle Terminal is now available in the UK and will continue to roll-out across additional markets in Europe in 2021 and into 2022, and in the U.S. next year. In 2022, the Zettle Terminal will feature an integrated barcode scanner which would provide a seamless checkout for customers on the go.
Enabling small businesses to seamlessly sell across in-person and online channels, the Zettle Terminal also offers interoperability through PayPal’s vast partner network, so businesses can easily link their accounts with their preferred ecommerce, accounting and banking partners including, Starling Bank, Intuit QuickBooks and WooCommerce.
With customers embracing a wide range of ways to pay, the in-store and omnichannel POS comes with the Zettle point-of-sale app pre-installed, and small businesses will get an integrated solution that not only helps them accept a range of payments in-person — including cards, digital wallets and PayPal QR Codes— but also helps them manage sales, inventory, reporting and payments across channels, all in one place.
The device retails at £149, with the printer and dock at £89. Small businesses can buy the Zettle Terminal with a printer and dock as a bundle at £199. In the UK, the device comes with a pre-loaded SIM card and the Zettle point-of-sale app pre-installed, which is free to use.
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