PayPal already integrated Zettle with partners such as BigCommerce, Lightspeed, QuickBooks Online, and SalesVu.
PayPal has announced the launch of its digital point-of-sale solution, PayPal Zettle, which will enable small businesses to sell across online and in-person channels in the U.S.
PayPal bought Zettle three years ago
The launch is coming when businesses are increasingly adapting to a shift in consumer behavior towards digital commerce. The payment giant coughed out $2.2 billion to purchase Zettle in 2018.
With the PayPal Zettle platform, small businesses will accept a wide range of payments in-person using the platform’s card reader.
With the integrated solution, PayPal will be able to manage sales, payments, reporting, and inventory across channels.
Additionally, it will enable PayPal to take advantage of its suite of payment solutions, such as invoicing to the firm’s business Debit Mastercard.
Using PayPal for online commerce will give small businesses the exposure to provide more payment options for their customers, the payments platform noted.
Small businesses now have a wide range of payment options
PayPal has been pushing for a major presence in the PoS market. The company is widely recognized as an online payment services provider, as well as its Braintree and Venmo product portfolio. However, the introduction of Zettle will enable PayPal to serve in-store small businesses with a complete POS system.
It will allow small businesses in the U.S. to accept payments online and in-store through a range of payment options, including credit cards, debit cards, Venmo QR codes, PayPal, and popular digital wallets.
Zettle will also provide users access to PayPal’s suite of payments since it has become a part of the payment giant.
Users will have the freedom to manage all payments and transactions from their PayPal business accounts.
Zettle is offered at a competitive price
PayPay Zettle will also enable users to link their accounts with their preferred POS, accounting, and e-commerce providers. PayPal also noted that Zettle is presently assimilated with a wide range of such as SalesVu, QuickBooks Online, Lightspeed, and BigCommerce.
The card payment giant also says it is offering Zettle at a very competitive price when compared to other POS providers. The Zettle card reader is offered for $29 for a first-time purchase, but additional readers will be available for $79, the company stated.