By Top10 POS Systems staff
Nobly provides an all-round POS service for small businesses. Its software package is full of features to suit different types of businesses – from bars and restaurants to hairdressers and small retailers to large multi-location businesses. It offers 3 types of hardware as well as a handy integration with 4 different types of card readers: Barclaycard Reader, Ingenico Reader, SumUp Reader, and the iZettle Reader. Online reviews from satisfied customers testify to the ease of setting up Nobly’s software and hardware, and to quick assistance from customer support when problems arise.
|Take payments, view sales reports, and manage stock all from 1 app||Back-end can be difficult to set up|
|Integrates with major 3rd party card readers||no basic plan with free monthly subscription|
|Train staff to use software in minutes|
|Loyalty and rewards plans|
|Get started within a couple of days of registering|
To create an account with Nobly, just click on “Get a Quote” on the home page, fill out your name, phone number, and business type, and state how quickly you need the system set up. Nobly staff will get in touch and let you know what they need from you to get set up. Online reviewers have reported being set up within as little as 2 business days. Nobly also offers a free 15-day software trial through its website.
Nobly stands out for its multiple hardware options and third-party integrations, which allow it to offer enough features to suit most types of small businesses.
For example, cafes and baristas benefit from Nobly’s quick transactions, loyalty and rewards functions, and table service. Following a busy morning of serving coffee, businesses can check up on sales and inventory reports in preparation for the next day. With 3 different types of printers, there’s one to suit large cafes with plenty of counter space, as well as mobile coffee stands that don’t have room or heavy equipment.
Food trucks and pop-ups have their own special requirements, and for them, Nobly offers:
Barber shops, beauty salons, and nail bars often employ staff on a commission basis. Nobly offers them the following:
With a per-register price for subscriptions, Nobly is set up for use by businesses as small as a coffee stand with 1 register to businesses as big as retail outlets or cafes with multiple branches and hundreds of registers. For multi-store businesses, Nobly offers its Enterprise package, including:
Nobly’s website provides a free knowledge base with answers to most frequently asked questions. If you can’t find the answer to your question there, or you just want to enquire about a subscription, its customer service team are available 24/7 by phone or email. Several online reviewers have noted that Nobly staff were quick to fix problems that arose with hardware.
Nobly offers a month-by-month package of $39 + VAT / month (per register) and there is a reduced option for those who commit to a full year.
Hardware starts at $390 + VAT for the Budget Bundle with receipt printer, cash drawer, and iPad stand. The price for an annual license is $468 + VAT.
The month-by-month subscription gives customers the option of leaving at any time. The annual subscription locks customers into a full year of monthly payments from the day of registration.
Nobly is designed for use by small businesses, and it is equipped to keep serving those businesses as they expand to multiple locations. It offers a standard subscription packed full of features for small businesses in the hospitality, retail and hairdressing spaces. And its Enterprise package enables larger businesses to manage payments and inventory from 1 device.
The main attraction here is choice: with a range of 4 third-party card reader integrations, 3 types of registers, and 3 types of printers, as well as a number of additional accessories and add-ons, there is enough choice here for each Nobly customer to design a package to suit their business.
Nobly was founded in London in 2013, and has additional offices in New York City and Montevideo, Uruguay. It serves more than 30 countries and 15 currencies, including US dollars, Canadian dollars, British pounds, euros, Swiss francs, and Swedish kronas. It was founded with the aim of serving small businesses, and it has remained true to these principles with most of its customers comprised mostly of small enterprises such as bars, cafes, and food trucks.
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