Kimberley software company expands to Atlantic Canada

Point of sale system 'POS-n-Go' is designed for small business owners.

RKP Atlantic Business Services owner, Ron Pomerleau.

RKP Atlantic Business Services owner, Ron Pomerleau. — Photo courtesy RKP Atlantic Business Services

Kimberley-based point-of-sale software company POS-n-go is expanding with the signing of a new representative in Atlantic Canada. POS-n-go Founder Richard Vienneau recently announced that RKP Atlantic Business Services will now promote and sell POS-n-go point-of-sale software in Atlantic Canada.

RKP owner, Ron Pomerleau, is excited to offer a top-tier POS software system to Atlantic Canada businesses including retail shops, corner convenient stores, restaurants, pubs, grills and clubs.

Pomerleau has many years experience with merchant services – debt and credit card processing – across Atlantic Canada. While engaging with merchants, Pomerleau was often asked by business owners about POS systems, hardware and software.

First introduced to POS-n-go through our mutual partner Pivotal Payments, Pomerleau investigated POS-n-go. He compared features and performance, then determined POS-n-go was a system he could endorse and recommend to merchants throughout Atlantic Canada.

When compared to other POS systems, “POS-n-go is very competitive and there’s a lot there,” said Pomerleau. He added, “The inventory control feature is superior to other systems.”

The POS-n-go features and functions for restaurants are “twice as much compared to other POS systems,” said Pomerleau.

Nowell Bergy is the company's Vice President of sales and marketing.

To learn more about POS-n-go visit their website www.posngo.com

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