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Vend POS users can now offer payment instalments
The point-of-sale system now integrates with the Afterpay payment service.
May 23 2018, 11:03AM
Vend adds AI to POS system
The point-of-sale and retail management system now uses artificial intelligence to provide custom business tips.
Nov 27 2017, 5:34PM
Why Amazon could be the small retailer's friend
With the right preparation, the big retailer’s launch into Australia might actually help some local stores, according to a retail expert.
Oct 10 2017, 12:11PM
How to win more customers through SEO
A retail expert offers five top tips for search engine optimisation.
Sep 15 2017, 6:23AM
Vend offers free inventory scanning app
The point-of-sale provider has released a free mobile inventory counter that works with Vend and other POS or inventory systems.
Sep 7 2017, 7:20AM
Square teams up with POS providers
Businesses using a range of point-of-sale and order management services can now use Square's card readers and payment services.
Apr 7 2017, 1:26PM
A big data-like dashboard for Xero users
A Newcastle startup has developed a platform that gives businesses a single view of their accounts and data from services ranging from Facebook to Salesforce.
Sep 16 2016, 2:00PM
Free iOS app simplifies stock management
Vend's new app for iPhones and iPads is designed to make inventory counts easier.
May 27 2016, 4:51PM
Why would you want to accept Bitcoins in your shop?
A popular POS system now makes it possible to accept Bitcoin payments.
Sep 11 2014, 8:22PM
11 headache-busters that could change your work
From handling receipts to cash to budgeting and coordinating jobs, here are 11 clever tools you might not have heard about.
Sep 2 2013, 1:17PM
Who is using Vend in Australia?
The company Vend, which supplies point of sale software for "clever stores", has opened an office in Australia. Here is a brief list of some businesses using it.
Feb 12 2013, 2:13PM
Tech 101: What is Vend?
Vend's marketing is full of trendy, happy shop owners that don't look stressed in the slightest. So what actually is it?
Jan 10 2013, 11:52AM
Starbucks confirms no Apple Passbook for Australia yet
The coffee chain giant says it is determining “next steps” for bringing the iPhone’s digital wallet to countries outside the US.
Oct 5 2012, 3:50PM
15 eye-popping ways to grab your customer's attention
From see-through video, to cardboard motorcycles and machine washable signs, see the photos we took at the Retail 2012 Expo in Sydney this week.
Sep 26 2012, 12:10PM
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