The thrift shop industry supplies people with all sorts of clothing, furniture, keepsakes, mementos, and trinkets connected to a theme, topic, period or place time. Stocked items are second hand and no longer needed by their original owners. Many thrift shops provide supportive community services to accept old and unneeded household clothing and items. Thrift shops are similar to antique stores, but their merchandise tends to be less expensive. Thrift shops are typically owned and run by managers and knowledgeable staff. Many thrift shops are family owned and operated single location. Some high-end thrift shops have multiple locations and even operate online. Others are operated by charity organizations like The Salvation Army.
High end thrift shops often specialize in styles like vintage clothing from specific time periods. Some thrift shops offer online purchasing and delivery as an additional convenience. Other thrift shops operate exclusively online. These exclusively web-based thrift shop suppliers often specialize in unique items that are difficult to access as supply is limited and rare. Web based ordering is common with proprietors often listing products on eBay. Thrift shops are typically staffed with managers, stock laborers, sales associates and cashiers. These enterprises often run using on premise software and software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology. Such applications offer inventory records, employee management, point of sale, online ordering, billing, shipping, invoicing and thrift shop payments.
Payment Integrator works with thrift shops to integrate payment processing with new and existing on premise and SaaS based point of sale systems. Our payment gateway handles credit card and debit card payments as well as e-wallet transactions like Apple Pay and Google Pay. We can communicate with thrift shop accounting modules through integrated APIs and a hosted payment page (HPP) solution that is secure and PCI Compliant. Our payment integrations come equipped with a variety of P2PE secure countertop credit card processing terminals. Advanced tokenization makes it possible to create customer profiles to setup thrift shop payment plans and to manage invoicing and payment records for regular customers.
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