iPad point-of-sale (POS) software is increasingly replacing the use of traditional POS registers—and it’s easy to see why. A tablet’s size and intuitive user interface (UI) make it an ideal option for POS needs, while its mobility and low price point allow retailers to serve customers virtually anywhere, with no expensive installation necessary.
A lot can change in five years. People change jobs or move away. New companies are founded, and BitMethod co-founder Dan Shipton says a lot of others have ended up in the graveyard.
11 minutes was the time to beat. To beat and eat the Tacopocalypse’s Hot Mess Express — a crazy concoction of beer-battered waffle, gravy, potatoes, cheese, scrambled eggs, slaw, unidentified sauces and a mess of beef, chicken, and pork pieces.
Leave it to Change to know how to have a little fun for the holidays.
When playing NBA Jam on Sega Genesis, a player would make two shots in a row and be “heating up.” The goal was to make one more shot to become “on fire.” All it took for me was an awesome celebration on Monday to realize that Des Moines is heating up, and getting dangerously close to being on fire (good fire that is).
About 75 members of the Des Moines startup community came out last night to help the Change team celebrate its latest accomplishment: surpassing 100,000 transactions on its point-of-sale app.
A Des Moines-based company that has seen its iPad-based cash register application surpass 100,000 transactions is throwing a party to celebrate.
WHAT CHANGE IS: A cash register application for the iPad made for small restaurants, cafes and bars. We want to empower these small businesses with the technology that's been available to the bigger guys for years.
BitMethod has certainly chosen a fun way to let people know that Hotshots, the downtown Des Moines hot dog joint, is using its iPad-based cash register application.
They say that victory is sweet, but in Phil James' case, it was also pretty spicy
A sales surge for one of Des Moines-based BitMethod’s main customers pushed the company’s iPad-based point-of-sale product past 30,000 transactions, company officials announced last week.
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A Des Moines startup has added a tracking feature to its flagship point-of-sale product that will sync it with an online site for merchants to monitor real-time sales.
Online and mobile digital cash network Dwolla is breaking down one of the barriers to entry to using its service with today’s introduction of a new “guest checkout” feature for online merchants. The option will allow non-Dwolla users to pay with Dwolla on e-commerce websites, possibly even getting a discount on the item or service being purchased in the process.
Change is now available for "anyone who wants to ditch their cash register and live a simpler life," according to the app's website.
A new point-of-sale application created by the team at BitMethod, a Des Moines company that designs applications for phones and tablets, made its public debut at the popular coffee shop on University Avenue. The application, called Change, aims to make ringing up sales at businesses more efficient than existing point-of-sale systems.
BitMethod CEO and co-founder Daniel Shipton announced today that the company would focus its development efforts on its flagship product, Change.