LS Retail vs iZettle
Last updated: May 18, 2018
LS Retail is a world-leading developer and provider of all-in-one business management software solutions. Our high-quality, cost-effective and highly configurable software solutions help retailers, hospitality and forecourt businesses worldwide to optimize their business practices, increase revenue and satisfy old and new customers – easier, simpler and faster.
iZettle is a one-stop shop for cutting-edge commerce tools — offering everything you need to take quick payments, ease day-to-day management, and get the funding to grow. Accept credit card payments on the go with iZettle. All you need is a smartphone or a tablet and our free app.
LS Retail vs iZettle in our news:
2018 - PayPal acquired Square of Europe - iZettle
PayPal is taking its biggest bet yet on point-of-sale transactions, small businesses and markets outside of the U.S. as it looks to raise its game against Square, Stripe and others in the world of payments: The company has confirmed that it is buying iZettle — the Stockholm-based payments provider commonly referred to as the “Square of Europe” — for $2.2 billion in an all-cash deal. Like Square, iZettle has made a lot of headway in building out a point of sale business by way of a card-reading dongle that links up with a smartphone or tablet, working with smaller businesses that might have never used a card service in the past because of the prohibitive costs of taking card payments. From that, it has extended into other financial services for those business, from inventory management to loans.
2015 - Mobile POS service iZettle expands to small business loans
Mobile payments provider iZettle, which offers smaller merchants the ability to process card payments via its mobile card readers, is expanding into what amounts to small business loans — announcing a capital advance product, called iZettle Advance, which will be available to select iZettle customers who need funds to grow their own businesses. The amount that can be borrowed will also depend on the business in question, so on factors such as how much revenue they are processing on a monthly or yearly basis (a figure which iZettle is of course privy to, given its existing role processing their card payments).