Loyalty and gift cards: You can set out how many points are awarded per £1 spent in-store and give a value to each point. By default, a single point has the value of £0.01. You can also determine what products can be purchased with loyalty points. For tracking points, iZettle Pro sells a batch of 501 plastic loyalty key tags for £179.99. The key tags can include your own artwork and logo.
A gift card option is also available. Unfortunately, they do not sell gift card bundles like they do with the loyalty key tags. Instead, users can either print a gift card for a customer via a receipt printer or email the customer a gift card for printing.
Promotions: Special discounts can be set by a percentage or £-value. Assign this to all or individual products or limit to specific categories. Promotions can be set on an on/off or lifetime basis, or activated by a certain level of loyalty points.
Time-keeping: If you enable this feature, employee hours can be recorded on your dashboard. At the end of the week, you will see a time card with total hours worked. You can edit this if needed, then export it as a CSV file to run your payroll.
Training mode: A pretty handy feature for when you get started or take on new staff is the training mode. Users can play around in this mode without affecting sales records. The only feature that will not work with this is the integrated card payments, but you can opt for cash sales to get a feel for the whole process.
Stock management: While adding products is possible from the app, further control and stock management is only available in the back office. The stock manager section of the back office has a range of tools you’d expect to see, like viewing and editing product data and stock levels. These tools can be used to track supplier contact information as well. A stock-holding report is available and can show you an updated view of your current inventory.