With innovations like Square’s iPad register, small businesses and retailers face a slew of options for how to manage in-store sales without having to pay thousand of dollars for older point-of-sale terminals. But many of these newer offerings don’t do the tracking that many small retailers need after the transaction happens. That’s where a new Y Combinator and Yuri-Milner-backed startup called Cube comes in. Calling itself the “Salesforce for point-of-sale,” it provides a suite of analytics that lets small business owners track their workers and manage their inventory and multiple business locations. First, it offers a basic credit card terminal that you can plug into your iPhone or iPad’s audio jack (like Square) and a free point-of-sale app.
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