Get paid faster with payments in the field
Integrating seamlessly with your existing simPRO workflows, Square makes collecting payment in the field easier than ever before. Use simPRO Mobile to quote and invoice and then collect payment in the field with Square. Manage automatic recurring invoices in the simPRO Customer Portal.
Take advantage of Square’s affordable POS hardware for tap and go payments, or manually enter card details for secure processing.
Faster payment processing with funds available next business day.
Reduced transaction costs
No monthly fees, flat rate payment of 1.9% per tap or chip for all major cards and 2.2% for manually entered transactions.*
Greater choice for your customers
Accept card payments on-site, online and over the phone.
Enable automatic payments on recurring invoices for customers.
* Square charges 1.9% for all swiped transactions including Visa, MasterCard and American Express. 2.2% for manually entered transactions. Rates apply to Australia.
Getting started with Square
New to Square? Getting started is fast, easy and free!
- Authorise simPRO to connect to your Square account. If you’re new to Square, sign up for a free account and get started within minutes!
- Set up your payment methods in simPRO. Visit the simPRO Help Guide to find out how.
- Start collecting payments. Issue invoices for online and over the phone payments. Or use simPRO Mobile to take payment in the field.
Configure your simPRO systems to accept Square payments.
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The integration is available in any country where both Square and simPRO operate including Australia, UK, USA, Canada and Ireland.
The following card types are accepted:
- Credit cards
- Corporate cards
- Debit cards
- Prepaid card
- Rewards cards
Square processes all cards with the same standard rate.
The choice is yours! Using simPRO Mobile, you can use a Square card reader for Point of Sale payments or manually input card details. In the office, only manual card entry is available.