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Ambur iPad Point of Sale System Gets a Major Update(October 22, 2011)
Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) October 22, 2011
Ambur is a revolutionary, low cost, easy to use, point of sale app for Apple's iOS platform. The app is available for purchase using the App Store from any iOS device, such as an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
Ambur changes the way businesses think about point of sale (POS) systems. It combines a user-friendly interface, embodying over 10 years of experience in the hospitality industry, with Apple's industry leading technology. Unlike other point of sale systems, pricing is affordable to small business owners, and there are no subscription fees. Moreover, the app does not depend on an internet connection to function - users truly own their data. Ambur is the first iPad POS system that doesn't require anything except an iPad and the app for a the most basic setup.
Ambur stores all the information locally on one iPad acting as the hub. Other iOS devices, like iPods and iPhones can then connect to the hub over Wi-Fi and wirelessly share data among all devices. This allows waiters and waitresses at restaurants to take orders right from the table and print them wirelessly to the kitchen, saving time in the hectic conditions of the hospitality industry. Along with traditional features offered by any standard point of sale system, Ambur also features completely integrated credit card processing, a powerful reservation system, advanced customer relationship management, and powerful financial analyzation features.
"Ambur changes the way businesses think about point of sale systems. With Apple's amazing iOS platform, we were able to create a powerful, easy to use, app at a fraction of the cost of traditional systems." said Ansar Khan, cofounder of Ambur.
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