Chargent vs. PixelPoint POS

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Chargent
Score 9.4 out of 10
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Chargent is a Salesforce app from AppFrontier LLC that providers payment processing functionality in Salesforce and provides a point of sale solution in an app; Chargent integrates with a number of popular payment gateways (e.g. Authorize.net, Stripe, etc.). Chargent can also be configured to manage recurrent billing and subscriptions.N/A
PixelPoint POS
Score 9.0 out of 10
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PixelPoint POS, from PAR Technology Corporation (ParTech), is designed for use in restaurant concepts from quick service to table service. PixePoint POS is a software that adapts to your business rather than forcing you to change your processes.N/A
Pricing
ChargentPixelPoint POS
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
ChargentPixelPoint POS
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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User Ratings
ChargentPixelPoint POS
Likelihood to Recommend
9.6
(4 ratings)
9.0
(2 ratings)
Support Rating
9.6
(3 ratings)
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User Testimonials
ChargentPixelPoint POS
Likelihood to Recommend
AppFrontier LLC
For organisations keen to streamline their payment processes and who use Salesforce, this is a brilliant solution.
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PAR Technology Corporation (ParTech)
PixelPoint would be well suited for any restaurant looking for a cheap entry level system that is easy to use. If you are looking for really advanced inventory I would recommend adding a separate company. If you are looking to get all your info in the cloud I believe they have an add on. We use Avero to extract to the cloud.
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Pros
AppFrontier LLC
  • Extremely easy to implement + 100% native on salesforce.com.
  • Payment information is on the opportunity level making it easily visible across teams.
  • Payment request feature allows cutomers to pay online via force.com site.
  • Supports recurring payments which allows payment processing to be run on an automated schedule.
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PAR Technology Corporation (ParTech)
  • easy to use
  • intuitive menu
  • customizable
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Cons
AppFrontier LLC
  • Because it is a low fee, you need to do more configuration on your own to get it up and running.
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PAR Technology Corporation (ParTech)
  • The labor tracking can improve to better track overtime and spread pay.
  • HR tracking would be great.
  • Take mobile payments.
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Support Rating
AppFrontier LLC
They were overwhelmingly easy to deal with and helped us work through some very specific use cases
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PAR Technology Corporation (ParTech)
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Alternatives Considered
AppFrontier LLC
Chargent has been better for us as it works within Salesforce and can be mapped into workflow processes and reporting.
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PAR Technology Corporation (ParTech)
much easier and we feel our support team is more responsive
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Return on Investment
AppFrontier LLC
  • Decreased time to collect payments. Payment collection process can be integrated into team workflows, thus incentivizing quicker collection from customers.
  • Increased revenue collection as billing information is easily accessible on the opportunity.
  • Reduced labour needed to process payments. Recurring payments can be automated, payments can be accepted online.
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PAR Technology Corporation (ParTech)
  • Cheap reliable system
  • The labor module has caused some heartburn because of the overtime issue
  • Would like a more open credit card processing system
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