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Quicki iPad POS System Releases iPad-Based Point-of-Sale Solution with Focus on Speed and Security

July 12, 2013

Quicki iPad POS Systems, a industry leader in iPad-based point of sale, announced today its newest iPad point-of-sale software solution. Placing a heavy emphasis on speed and security, Quicki iPad POS is geared towards businesses of all types and sizes—from food truck to larger businesses.

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 11, 2013

Designed particularly for growing businesses, Quicki iPad POS software enables owners to manage and track their business as it grows. The Quicki POS System offers an innovative suite of in-depth management reports, allowing owners to track inventory, sales, payroll, and productivity on the go. All data and reports are cloud-based, available to business owners and managers instantly, from anywhere in the world.

iPad POS System speed and security were huge priorities for us in building this software” said Mark Tomas, CEO and co-founder of Quicki POS. “This new point of sale solution is geared towards the modern business owner—the business owner who needs real data, real reporting, and needs all that data instantly. This iPad POS software is totally cloud-based, which means that an owner can access all crucial business data from anywhere in the world. We are harnessing the power of the cloud to allow business owners to quickly identify—and quickly address—all business needs and concerns, fixing any problems on the fly.”

This new software solution does not sacrifice security for speed, however. Quicki iPad POS meets and exceeds all standards for PCI compliance. This heavy emphasis on security allows business owners the peace of mind to conduct their business without worrying about fines or breaches in data security. The original Quicki software was in fact designed by software engineers with strong backgrounds in PCI compliance and data security, and this newest release is no exception to this standard.

“Security and compliance are huge issues, for a business of any size,” said Mark Tomas. “Businesses these days are extremely at risk for inadvertently violating PCI compliance, as well as data hacking, and are thereby prone to enormous fines and breaches in data security. As a business owner, you simply cannot afford to take these risks—not only will you be subject to huge fines, but also you will lose the valuable—priceless, in fact—trust of your customers. We at Quicki iPad POS Systems, do not believe that you should have to worry about these risks, and therefore have created a point of sale software that places the highest importance on security and PCI compliance. We have thought about and worked with these issues for many years. The Quicki iPad POS addresses these issues so you can get to doing what you’re supposed to—running your business in the most efficient and profitable fashion possible.”

About Quicki iPad POS

Quicki iPad POS was founded in 2011 in New York, NY with the objective of innovating the point of sale space. CEO Mark Tomas decided early on to make both speed and security an integral part of the Quicki software. Based on the iPad, Quicki POS integrates seamlessly with Apple’s design, providing business owners with an intuitive and efficient point of sale solution. Designed to scale with your business, Quicki POS provides the ideal point of sale solution to address the needs of your growing business. Quicki is also a highly customizable solution—whether you are a restaurant, café, frozen yogurt shop, or retail location, Quicki POS has the ideal point of sale system to meet your individual needs. Quicki iPad Point of Sale Software is also feature-rich, enabling business owners to conduct their businesses with the utmost speed and efficiency. Cloud-based and secure, Quicki iPad POS is disrupting the point of sale market. For more information, and to try the Quicki app completely risk-free, please visit: http://www.quickipos.com.

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