Square Inc. is introducing hardware designed to work with its mobile-payment software, seeking to replace cash registers by companies including NCR Corp. and stepping up competition with eBay Inc. and Intuit Inc.

“Business in a Box,” which Square is introducing today, includes two credit-card readers, a cash drawer, an iPad stand and an optional receipt printer, Jesse Dorogusker, a vice president at Square, said in an interview yesterday. The ensemble costs $599, or $299 excluding the printer.

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