Here's our recommended way of setting up posBoss for a mobile hospo business. The main question is do you want to print dockets and receipts or go paperless? 

Paperless Setup

The minimum you need to run posBoss paperless is an iPad.
We recommend getting an iPad with a SIM card to keep connected to the internet. This keeps your (minimal) transaction data uploading to the management site. 

You can use any eftpos solution you like but if you want the speed and control of integrated eftpos in this scenario, you can only use either BNZ PayClip (NZ) or Square (AUS). Check out our partners here

If you are online using the SIM, you have the option to use our email receipts feature for any GST receipt requests.

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Cordless Printing Setup

For this you will need an iPad with SIM card, a bluetooth printer (check out what printers work with posBoss) and an Eftpos provider. Note: the Star mPop printer and cash drawer combo is ideal for this scenario.

The iPad with SIM, connects to the Internet and saves all your transaction data to the management site. The printer connects to your iPad via bluetooth and prints your order dockets as well as receipts (and pops cash drawer if you have the Star mPop printer) 

You can use any eftpos solution you like but if you want the speed and control of integrated eftpos in this scenario, you can only use either BNZ PayClip (NZ) or Square (AUS). Check out our partners here

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Complete Setup

For a complete setup you will need electricity supply while you are trading. You can use a solution with a router and 3G/4G dongle (discuss with your internet provider).
With a router, you can purchase any of the supported ethernet printers for your dockets and receipts and also plug in your cash drawer so it opens automatically.

You can use any eftpos solution you like but if you want the speed and control of integrated eftpos, all of our partners can look after you. Check them out here

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