Starts at $29.99 – No Long Term Contracts!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Prices vary according to your preferences and needs in a POS system. Our most basic plan starts at $29/mo per terminal billed annually. Please call to speak to a POS specialist for a custom quote or visit our pricing page to get a general idea of our system pricing.
*Businesses in CO, CT, HI, IA, IL, KY, LA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, NE, NJ, NY, OK, PA, RI, SC, SD, WA, WV, WI, and Washington D.C. are subject to state sales tax.
iTab POS eliminates double entry and reconciliation of your accounts by directly integrating with popular accounting software. We link your POS data directly to the accounting software of your choice. Our system seamlessly integrates with QuickBooks, QuickBooks for Windows, Xero, Sage One, and Exact.
If you are currently using Epson or Bixelon printers, we can verify to see if the hardware is compatible with iTab POS. Our software runs on iPad and iPad Mini, so you don’t need to replace those.
iTab POS is processor agnostic — which means you’re welcome to use merchant services and credit card processing compatible with iTab. If you have an existing relationship with your bank or merchant service, then it is typically no issue. We always encourage our customers to look into processing with us as we can negotiate the best rates for your business.
iTab POS directly integrates with third-party delivery services such as GrubHub, UberEats, Postmates, and DoorDash! Although we do have an internal delivery management module within the system, we understand many restaurants today leverage the customers of third-party delivery services for more revenue. Check out our delivery integrations page to learn more.
Not around here! At iTab POS, we guarantee no contractual obligations like many competing systems. Other POS systems might not only lock you into a multi-year contract, and there are exorbitant charges for leaving such as paying out the remainder of your contract or an exit fee.