Square has introduced its range of integrated omnichannel payment solutions for small businesses and large enterprises in France.
The launch comes after the success of an Early Access Programme.
Square’s products are developed to work with each other to save time and money for businesses. They also lower inefficiencies that are usually associated with the management of several systems.
Square executive vice-president Alyssa Henry said: “International growth has been a key priority this year, and we’re proud to officially launch in France as our third European market.
“Sellers around the country will now be able to use our omnichannel ecosystem of products and services, allowing business owners to focus on running their business.”
The company’s products will allow businesses in France to sell in-person and/or online.
Square introduced two point of sale software products and three payment terminals in the country. These will provide mobile and in-store businesses with POS software, payments acceptance and a transparent processing rate for card payments.
The company is also offering its Point of Sale solution that businesses can use for payments processing, sales and management of customer base.
Square Point of Sale additionally features quick checkout flows and intuitive sales reporting.
Meanwhile, Square for Restaurants is intended for food and beverage sellers. It provides a suite of tools and POS that would generally need several vendors, under a single umbrella.
The launch in France further includes Square Terminal, Square Stand and Square Reader, along with the e-commerce platform, Square Online.
Square Online is designed for automatic sync of inventory and orders with any Square point of sale. It also enables click-and-collect and QR code dining, among others.
The company manages certain other processes for businesses and offers relevant tools such as online checkout, virtual terminal, team management and eGift Cards.
Last week, Square introduced a new contactless payment method, dubbed Cash App Pay, for both sellers and consumers.