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BNZ boosts posBoss point-of-sale with PayClip partnership

BNZ boosts posBoss point-of-sale with PayClip partnership

Subscription iPad app is married with BNZ's mobile eftpos and credit card terminal.

Subscription iPad app posBoss is designed specifically for the hospitality industry.

Subscription iPad app posBoss is designed specifically for the hospitality industry.

BNZ is partnering with New Zealand iPad point-of-sale system developer posBoss to provide an integrated point-of-sale system for the hospitality industry.

The partnerrship will offer BNZ's mobile payments system PayClip, which enables card payments via a Bluetooth connection to a smart device, along with posBoss’ POS software.

PosBoss's software is a subscription iPad app designed specifically for hospitality services. Users may also need other equipment such as a cash drawer and a printer to print receipts or tax invoices.

Subscriptions start at $55 plus GST a month.

The BNZ PayClip/posBoss partnership has been tested during a pilot programme at the new Giapo ice cream store on Gore Street, Auckland, since mid-March.

Giapo owner, Gianpaolo Grazioli, said that the pairing of PayClip and posBoss is simple to use and well suited to his type of business.

“Having BNZ PayClip means our counter top is clean, minimalistic and that payments can be processed fast," he said.

"Ultimately we are looking to go completely mobile in-store so really, it’s game changing for us.”

PosBoss co-founder Jonny McKenzie has worked in both IT and hospitality, working as a student at Wellington's famous Matterhorn restaurant and cocktail bar and owning, with his brother, The Hawthorn Lounge bar, Cuckoo Cocktail Emporium and CGR Merchant and Co.

PosBoss, which also partners with SmartPay, was founded after meeting of the minds with Wellington IT company Touchtech in 2012.


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