uAccept’s MB3000 is a new, highly affordable, cloud-based Point of Sale system that includes a 9.7” touchscreen display, built-in printer, easy to read customer display, cash drawer, encrypted magnetic card reader and optional barcode scanner. uAccept is dedicated to providing small business owners with the same tools as their larger competitors, and their all-inclusive suite provides everything a store owner needs to meet the demands of their customers.
uAccept includes several tools in their POS system, such as a menu-driven QSR or retail application; an inventory management module that can store up to 20,000 products in unlimited categories; reporting functions that can run real time analytics to identify trends, find specific data, and view daily, weekly, or monthly sales; seamless QuickBooks integration; and the ability to process bitcoins. The MB3000 comes with an Internet connection so it is quick to set up, and since it is cloud-based, users can manage multiple POS systems from a single account from any connected mobile device.
We especially like how the MB3000 focuses on the customer experience. Users have the ability to send tweets directly from the POS system, which helps store owners get the word out about new products and specials more effectively. The system also accepts text messaged orders from customers, provides a way for users to reply via text to confirm, and allows customers to choose to accept a receipt via SMS.
uAccept’s MB3000 is a cloud-based system that is best suited for small- to-medium-sized businesses with up to 10 locations. It is a great fit for a variety of retail options, including consignment stores, supermarkets, electronics and appliance retailers and quick-service restaurants.
TJ from Oakland Associates, Inc.
Specialty: Manufacturing & wholesale
It works marginally, and we can get by. The interface is weak, and the speed is slow.
This could be a great product if the vendor put more effort in the interface and product speed.
Use all of the features extensively for a number of days to get a true feel for the program interface and performance.