Sq. (and Twitter) chief Jack Dorsey said its new product was custom-built for bigger shoppers who really feel that the Stand — its point-of-sale system that turns an iPad right into a money register — is just too consumer-focused. Bigger companies have apparently been requesting a extra skilled system with a second display screen the place clients can see their orders.
Since this gadget caters particularly to bigger clients, Sq. will not be retiring any of its older merchandise anytime quickly. Dorsey stated Register was by no means meant to interchange them, solely to function an possibility for many who want it. “We will not be a service that claims, ‘Oh, you are too huge for us,'” he defined.
The total-fledged point-of-sale system will set companies again $999 or $49 per thirty days for 2 years. Whereas that is over thrice the worth of a Stand, it already comes with every part it must work and does not want a separate iPad or telephone anymore.