In April of 2012, Clover was released as an Android POS system. More than 500 individuals are employed by the Sunnyvale-based firm. Clover is the largest cloud POS vendor in the country, having processed $133 billion in annualised card transactions worldwide in the quarter ending September 2020.

Clover Dashboard

Clover provides a simple point-of-sale system for startups and established enterprises alike. Your needs can be met by tailoring both the software and hardware. Whether you run a store, a restaurant, or provide any other type of service, Cover can handle all of your processing and POS requirements.

First introduced in 2013 and shipped in January 2014, Clover Station is Clover’s first hardware solution. The doors to the third-party developer app market were flung open in 2014. In April of 2014, Gyft announced the availability of their Gift Cloud Service on Clover.

While Clover isn’t the cheapest option, the variety of payment processors it integrates with makes it a solid pick for companies of all sizes. Clever announced support for Apple Pay via their Android POS platform on September 9, 2014.

In December of 2012, First Data Corporation bought Clover. Fiserv, a provider of financial services, purchased First Data Corporation in July of this year. There is no way to use Clover without also using Fiserv as its merchant account provider.

Clover may be used after the necessary hardware is in place. The hardware is available for purchase on the company’s website and through more than 3,000 partners, including Citi, PNC, Wells Fargo, BBVA, SunTrust, and others. Cover’s website features a live chat where a sales person may answer any questions you may have about the company’s services. There are several third-party gadgets that work with the Clover. Depending on the nature and scale of your company, Clover Dashboard also provides a number of first-party integration choices.