Square Introduces Square App Marketplace
Businesses Can Integrate More Tools With Their Square Register
SAN FRANCISCO, October 23, 2014 — Square, the company enabling sellers to start, run, and grow their business, today launched Square App Marketplace — a destination for sellers to discover integrated business applications that seamlessly sync with any Square account. Square’s complete Register service is designed to give businesses effective, efficient, and powerful solutions for everything from accepting payments to managing their back office.
With the introduction of Square App Marketplace, all Square sellers can easily locate more options to customize their business and operate with ease.
“Through Square App Marketplace, we have access to lots of different tools that work together to help our business run smoothly,” says Nicole Yeary, president and founder of Ms. Tech in Chicago, Ill. “We discovered SumAll through Square, and now we use it to track social metrics alongside our paid invoices. We use QuickBooks for accounting and IFTTT to automatically log all transactions in a Google spreadsheet. Access to these integrated apps lets us see the full picture and boosts our confidence in day-to-day operations.”
Since launching its software partner platform a year ago, Square has added integrated apps from Intuit QuickBooks, Xero, Stitch Labs, IFTTT, TaxJar, SumAll, Fresh KDS, Shopseen, and ShipStation. In addition to software partners, any developer can create purpose-built tools for sellers of all sizes via Square’s platform.
Square is making sophisticated, big-business tools simple, easy to use, and available to anyone. Independent sellers are increasingly adopting Square Register at the counter for its intuitive interface, smart analytics, continuous updates, and simple processing fees. Square products focus on making it easier for sellers to run and grow their business.
About Square, Inc.
Square helps anyone take care of their business. Square's complete register service is a full point of sale with tools for every part of running a business, from accepting credit cards and tracking sales and inventory to small-business financing. Customers also use Square Cash, the easiest way to send and receive money, and Square Order, a new way to pre-order food and drinks for pickup. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in San Francisco, Square is currently available in the United States, Canada, and Japan.