PAX Launched Innovative Android & Unattended Terminals at Money 2020

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PAX Global Technology Limited (HKSE stock code: 00327.HK), one of the world’s leading electronic payment terminal solutions providers, kicked off its Money 20/20 presence in Amsterdam today by showcasing a new portfolio of self-service unattended payment modules and its latest range of Android devices.

The A-Series mobile Android terminals from PAX offer merchants and cardholders a level of experience never seen before, thanks to expansive high-definition colour touch screens which bring a smartphone like quality to the check-out payment experience. Inbuilt cameras, fast processing contactless readers and powerful thermal printers make the A-Series terminals popular for queue-busting and pay-at-the-table.

With the growth of Android and cloud based applications, come other advantages in terms of form factor differentiation, such as PAX’s E-Series family of new generation cash registers. Powered by innovative software and payment packages driven by Nordic companies such as Onslip and GoAppified, the E500, E600 and E800 offer retailers all-in-one integrated retail payment solutions, running state-of-the-art applications on brilliant displays, and improving the look and feel of workspace areas in restaurants, cafes, fashion stores and hotels.

PAX also showcased, for the first time in Europe, the new IM-Series of modular ruggedized payment devices for unattended usage. As the industry’s latest self-service offering, the IM-Series comes packed with technology and features which are superior to existing unattended solutions for petroleum forecourts, kiosk and vending, as well as ticketing and parking.

Mr. Andrew Wu, Vice President of PAX, said: “We are delighted to see more and more European merchants adopting our Android terminal solutions to improve the customer checkout experience. Multifunctional Android terminals are reshaping traditional payment markets, offering high levels of integrated software customization which can be easily tailored to meet different merchant niches.”