They’re complete business solutions
Square, Zettle and SumUp are not just about card readers. Common to them all is their broad offering of integrated business tools connected to the same account, so you can get more done with less effort.
All of them have inventory management features for both retail and hospitality, the most advanced coming from Square.
Analytics and sales reports are included by all, with options to export data – or in the case of Square and Zettle, integrate with accounting software like Xero and QuickBooks. SumUp cannot integrate with accounting software, but is currently rolling out its own SumUp Accounting system to merchants.
Square is constantly expanding its own (paid or free) business tools, such as the new email marketing and customer loyalty features built into the platform. Users can also connect with lots of external software for things like ecommerce, marketing, food delivery and inventory management.
Zettle only connects with a few accounting systems and ecommerce builders. SumUp has a closed system relying on its own features instead of integrations.
No matter which platform you choose, you benefit from a lack of contract obligations, monthly fees or complicated terms. Instead, you get simple fees and a trusted payment system designed to help your business grow – it doesn’t get simpler than that.