Built-in Encrypted Swiper
Built-in to the PaySaber is an encrypted swiper for easy and secure swiping capabilities. The swiper reads level 1 and level 2 card data which is then encrypted at the time of swipe and sent over to the payment gateway for processing. Swiping a credit card during a transaction is important to keep a lower "retail" rate with the merchant bank. If you're using a device or software that does not support swiping than you are paying a higher rate per transaction and the PaySaber can save you money with every swipe.
Integrated Thermal Printer
A quick, integrated, thermal printer is built into every PaySaber device to allow merchants to print receipts or detailed invoices on-site for their customers. Studies have shown that even in today's world of email and electronic statements most customers prefer receiving a physical receipt when making a purchase from a company. Yes, the PaySaber still gives the option of emailing a receipt to your customers but make your customers feel even more secure by offering them a printed receipt as well.
Optional UPC Barcode Scanner
By adding an optional UPC barcode scanner, the PaySaber becomes more than just a credit card machine; it makes it a complete point-of-sale system. Inside the PaySaber software is the ability to control a complete inventory of products which also contains the barcode [or SKU] for every product. Businesses can easily scan their products in at the time of purchase and PaySaber will calculate the total, taxes, discounts, etc.. and have the order ready to be paid for with a simple swipe.
Barcodes are also printed on all receipts so returns are as simple as scanning the receipt and clicking the process buttons.
Product Database with Inventory Control
The product database with inventory control feature allows merchants to easily view and control all their store's products through the PaySaber software. This transforms the software from your simple, low-end "credit card processing only" software to a full point-of-sale system which uses the the UPC bardcode scanner to quickly create an order and accept payment for it. At the same time the software will automatically update the database and inventory while orders are being placed so merchants can then view which items sell well, which sold out and which do not sell at all.