Reilly's Irish Pub is a fun and festive locals bar with great drinks and special performances of live music and Irish dancing. Even after the past year of COVID, Reilly's is coming back strong and still the place to be. With a cheery St. Patrick's Day theme, March is their busiest time of the year.
Finding ways to save money in your business can be a real challenge.
One of the methods Skurla’s has in it’s toolbox is surcharging or non-cash adjustment (NCA for short). It is a simple way of passing on (or sharing) the costs of credit card processing to customers who don’t want to pay cash. Our point of sale system can automatically add a fee of up to 3.99% to all card based transactions. The end result is that a majority of your credit card fees are eliminated or drastically reduced.
Well then, you ask, how much can surcharging/NCA save me?
The answer: Take your current monthly credit card fees - multiply that by 12. That’s your yearly savings! 🤣
But seriously, while NCA can’t always remove ALL of your fees, it can reduce the majority of them. Even more if you are a business that doesn’t take tips. Couple that with a free or heavily subsidized, feature rich POS, and you may just be laughing all the way to bank.
Everywhere we turn, it seems like restaurants are struggling to find employees. We are hearing stories of having to reduce hours, postpone openings, closing on days they don't have enough employees to run the business, etc.
EdgeServ POS Releases Version 2020.5 with Pay at the Table Applications, Utilizing the PAX A920
We are super excited about our EdgeServ POS product for our restaurant and bar customers. This is a restaurant point of sale system designed by resellers like us. In 2019, we joined a group of like minded resellers and invested in a software company that we can call our own.
We partnered with EdgeServ POS, because of the opportunity to control our destiny. The industry is rampant with consolidations and mergers. Every time one of our product lines is bought, sold, merged or whatever, we (and our customers) are turned upside down – new rules and new players, often making it difficult for how we sell or support the products – this is not the business model we want to offer to our customers.