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Scribble Software debuts mobile app

Scribble Software said today that it launched marinaGO POS v2.
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Scribble Software said today that it launched marinaGO POS v2, its newest mobile point-of-sale app with integrated fuel management.

Built for the iOS and Android platforms, the marinaGO point-of-sale is the first native mobile app in the industry to offer real-time integrated fuel management and is available for the iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Android devices, the company said.

Described as the “mobile dockhand,” marinaGO POS unchains the marina industry from traditional countertop point-of-sale stations and fuel consoles by offering completely wireless integrated fuel dispenser control and sales register capabilities in the palm of the hand while out on the fuel dock, the company said.

App users will be able to easily control fuel dispensers, complete fuel transactions and tender any other type of sale with the use of merchant-supported payment methods, including credit cards, the company said.

A unique feature for the marina industry includes the ability to include any sale, including fuel transactions, on internal ticket charges.

“The marinaGO POS fuel management app will revolutionize the marina industry,” Scribble Software director of technology Vance Young said in a statement.

“Marina staff are now able to devote their attention to providing better service at the fuel dock by offering start to finish fueling activity without leaving the customer’s side.”

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