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Mobile Payment Company Expands to Another Continent

California-based payment technology provider “Square” has expanded to Australia by launching its headquarters in Melbourne. Australia is the fourth country where the company has opened offices, others being Canada, Japan and the United States. The company has opened up in Australia in response to the demand from small and medium entrepreneurial community in Australia. “We are thrilled to open our local office in Melbourne due to its thriving small business community of merchants who are already benefiting from Square, as well as having a growing reputation as Australia’s technology hub,” stated Ben Pfisterer, Australian Country Manager for Square in a press release. The company’s “Square Register” product which is a free point-of-sale tablet application that provides cash register functions for small and medium businesses has been available in Australia since the end of last year. Square Register is a pocket-size point-of-sale system compatible with Apple and Android devices that powers small and medium businesses. It comprises an iOS or Android app and a cloud service providing digital receipts and analytics as well as the basic functions such as accepting card payments via a Square Reader.

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