yoco products

Find out how to use your Yoco products more effectively. Get more out of your card machine, the point of sale system and other Yoco Products.

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the market

The cheapest data bundles for Yoco merchants

Using your phone or tablet with your card machine makes your business truly mobile. Check our survey to find the cheapest data bundles.

A screenshot of the Yoco Settlement screen in the app.
finances and funding

When will I get my money?

Unlike cash, digital payments take time. When will I get my money is a question many merchants ask before they join Yoco. Check out how we keep everything transparent in the Yoco app.

The Yoco Go and its packaging.
yoco products

Yoco Go reviews

The Yoco Go is the new, easy way for businesses to get paid. Read some Yoco Go reviews on social media from real businesses.

A failed payment on a Yoco card machine as seen on the connecting mobile device.
customer service

Why your payment failed

A failed payment at the till is the most awkward situation you can face as a business owner. What do you do? Read this piece and get help.

A new feature from Yoco that allows you to add tabs to an order.
food, drink and hospitality

“Add it to my tab”: Now you can

No more remembering orders or writing them down on pieces of paper. Make use of the new Saved Bills feature to add tabs for your customers.

A picture of a merchant working on the Business Portal.
finances and funding

Filter and export your sales history

Improve your reconciliation process with the tools in the Yoco Business Portal. Take care of your sales history easily and efficiently.

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hiring and employees

Staff switching: How to make employee management easier

Many businesses have many employees making sales, which is why we have implemented a new staff switching feature to make it easier for them.

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productivity in business

Loadshedding and your business

Eskom is an unreliable business partner. Make sure your business is prepared for bouts of loadshedding and other electricity letdowns.

An image of the new Yoco Tap feature.
customer service

Yoco Tap: Refresh the till point experience

We are excited to announce the arrival of Yoco Tap – an efficient, quick way to get payments from customers seamlessly and without hassle.

A customer shopping at Patagonia in Cape Town using Yoco.
productivity in business

5 ways Yoco Payments help new businesses

Getting paid should be the simplest part of business. This article shows how Yoco Payments can help new small businesses get their money.

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The Yoco offices in Parkhurst, Johannesburg.

Growing your business with small businesses

Biltong Rules SA selling at a market in Durban.

How to start selling at markets

Rifqah of Riff-Wrapped teaches Yoco employees how to wrap a turban.

How value-added marketing helped Rifqah fo Rif-Wrapped

Jennifer Cernades of Orejen in Johannesburg.

Orejen: Opening the door to business

A failed payment on a Yoco card machine as seen on the connecting mobile device.

Why your payment failed

A graphic of a mobile payments card machine offered by Yoco.

5 ways to increase your Black Friday sales

An image of the Staff Switching feature in action.

Staff switching: How to make employee management easier

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Improve your small business’s online presence

Tshepo the Jean Maker and his employees.

A man of the denim cloth

An image of the Yoco Business Portal.

Top 3 most used features of the Yoco Business Portal

Mokgadi Mabela, founder of Native Nosi.

Mokgadi Mabela: Beehind the story

Gcobani Gogoba from Barista CUP in Cape Town.

Why you need a business purpose

Lizwe Thabethe of Project Inflamed in Johannesburg.

Project Inflamed lights up menswear

Inside a Beerhouse founded by Randolf Jorberg.

The story of Beerhouse

Entrepreneurs talking to each other at a Yoco Meets event.

Yoco Meets: Connecting entrepreneurs

An image of the inside of an elevator in an article about making an elevator pitch.

The elevator pitch has left the building

The Yoco team celebrating 10 000 merchants.

Growth lessons: 0 to 10k Yoco merchants

Bryan of Rootbar.

How Rootbar took root

Natasha Napoli, the owner of Nourish'd Cafe in Cape Town.

How Natasha made Nourish’d Cafe and Juicery

The logo of #Escape in Johannesburg. They share their finance lessons in this article.

Finance lessons from #Escape

Christmas decorations in an article about preparing your business for the festive season.

Get your small business ready for the festive season

A busy restaurant over the holiday period in an article about managing staff.

8 secrets to managing staff over hectic periods

Orange speaker on a wall in an article about marketing trends.

Five marketing trends to incorporate into your business

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VAT 101: Getting money back from SARS

An image of a card in an article about preventing credit card fraud.

How to prevent credit card fraud in your small business

A business owner working alongside his employee.

The new minimum wage and how it affects your business

Balanced rocks in article about the right work-life balance as an entrepreneur.

The right work-life balance for entrepreneurs

A room full of workers in article about employee rights.

Top 5 employee rights every entrepreneur should understand

Nick Jacobs, software developer on open by Yoco.

Nick Jacobs: From London to Yoco

Yoco Capital, a unique short-term working solution for small businesses.

Yoco Capital Update in 2018

A customer shopping at Patagonia in Cape Town using Yoco.

5 ways Yoco Payments help new businesses

An image of a store open sign in an article about opening a retail store.

How to open a retail store

Getting the most out of your Yoco Point of Sale.

Getting the most from your Yoco Point of Sale

Shannon McLaughlin in the Ubuntu Baba factory in a story about protecting intellectual property.

Whose intellectual property is it anyway?

Mpumelelo Mtintso, founder of Book Ibhoni riding past Vilakazi Street.

Books on bikes with Book Ibhoni