PayAnywhere’s POS product is an attempt to compete with modern POS solutions like Square. When compared with Square, however, PayAnywhere’s product falls quite short. And really that’s the main problem with PayAnywhere. It can never quite measure up to its competition.
On paper, PayAnywhere’s pricing structure is cheaper than Square. In practice, however, PayAnywhere loses its footing because of its inconsistent software reliability, lack of features, and user complaints.
So the question becomes: Should you use PayAnywhere? The answer is probably not.