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Unify your payments stack

Manage all your online and offline sales in one place with a single integration, simplifying reporting and reconciliation. Terminal works seamlessly with Payments, Connect, and Billing.

Own your in-store experience

Provide a seamless customer experience across channels, like reserving online and picking up in store. Our SDKs make it easy to integrate into your own mobile and web applications to accept in-store payments.

Grow your platform’s revenue

Add in-person payments to your platform or marketplace. Using Terminal with Connect, you can onboard users for online and in-person payments, and unify their payouts across channels.

Clear overview for efficient tracking

Handle your subscriptions and transactions efficiently with the clear overview in Dashboard. Features like the smart search option allow you to quickly find any data you’re looking for.

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Decide how you integrate Payments

Love to code? Next to our ready-made and free plugins you can use our expansive yet simple API; decide how you integrate Payments and build advanced and reliable products yourself from scratch.

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Features

Get insights to dig down into what's powering your growth the most.

Personal Emails

Hand crafted dashboards for everything from Recurring Revenue to Customer Churn.

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Your central hub that helps you see, and react to, absolutely everything that’s happening.

Clickable

Stay informed with daily, weekly, or monthly reports on all your insights data.

Finger Printing

Our forecasting is your magical crystal ball that helps you predict and plan for the future.

Performance on Fire

How does your company compare? Learn how your company stacks up in the industry.

Love is in the Air

Organize your customers to bring meaningful and comparative insights across your dashboards.

Thunder and Lightning

Improve your conversion rates by monitoring exactly what’s going on while your customers are in trial.

Puzzles

Personalized segmentation, rich customer profiles, manual subscriptions, and more!

Sparkles

Merge external data with your metrics for deeper insights in to your customers and your business.

Stars

Want your metrics in other services? Extend and integrate to our every part of your business.

Support

Send important updates from here to your team’s Support channels.

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Goals, Breakouts, Instant notifications, Comparisons, Annotations and Cohort Analysis!

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Beginner

Free

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Intermediate

$24 /month

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Professional

$48 /month

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Frequently Asked Questions

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The use of such properties on production websites is not recommended — they have already created a huge web compatibility mess. For example, many developers only using the -webkit- prefixed version of a property when the non-prefixed version is supported across all browsers meant that a feature relying on that property would break in non-webkit-based browsers, completely needlessly. This problem got so bad that other browsers started to implement -webkit- prefixed aliases to improve web compatibility, as specified in the Compatibility Living Standard.