2020 has been a hectic year to say the least — but luckily, our team has managed a few accomplishments that we think are worth mentioning.
CAP Retail Acquisition
In September, we announced that we acquired CAP Retail and their development team to create an in-house retail point of sale solution.
The goal of the acquisition was to better serve our POS Nation customers with custom software, hardware, training, support, and merchant services. After years of being a reseller, our team realized where point of sale software was falling short and desired a better solution to meet the needs of our customers.
We’re happy to be selling our in-house software, CAP Retail, as an all-in-one solution for small business retailers.
POS Nation Ranked Best Retail Management Software
We’re proud to be leaders in the point of sale industry and we can attribute that to our top-notch team. We pride ourselves in our retail expertise, excellent customer service, and in-house small business support!
$2B Transactions Processed
We’re doing another happy dance because, this year, we’ve officially processed $2 billion dollars in merchant transactions.
POS Nation is one of the few point of sale providers to offer payment processing. It’s been a successful service offering for our customers, saving them thousands of dollars on credit card transactions.
Growing POS Nation Team
We’re a small business — but we’ve been growing fast. Take a look at the newest talent we’ve added to our team in 2020.
Hired this year:
- Dan Albrecht - Product Specialist
- Niala Samnarine - Digital Marketing Manager
- Jes Hoffman - Customer Success Manager
- Andrew Russo - Technical Support
- Kristin Churchill - Technical Support
- Cerrin Blakeley - Sales Assistant
Joined from CAP Retail acquisition:
- Will Atkinson - Director of Channel Sales
- Derrick Atkinson - Reseller Channel Manager
- Scott Owen - QA Testing and Development
- Brad Gibson - Technical Support
Wrapping up 2020
At the end of the day, the POS Nation team is happy to be supporting our customers through difficult times — especially our essential small businesses that have remained open throughout the pandemic.
Here’s to looking back on the positives of this year and hoping for the best in 2021!