Verifone Launches mPOS For On-The-Go Merchants

The latest addition to Verifone’s mobile point-of-sale solution offerings is keeping independent and micro-merchants in mind.

Verifone said the durable and compact nature of its e265 mPOS terminal will enable merchants to bring globally certified payment acceptance directly to consumers, no matter the merchant environment.

“Imagine those merchants in hard-to-reach places, where simply adding the power of accepting card payments can really change their game,” Glen Robson, Verifone EVP and global head of terminal solutions, said in a press release.

“On the other side of the spectrum, Verifone e265 is an ideal mPOS solution for merchants that want to offer value-added services to increase traffic and revenue with a multi-channel approach to commerce right at their fingertips.”

Providing merchants with an mPOS solution that is as “on-the-go” as they are ensures that consumers in markets that are still converting from cash to cards can have access to widely accepted payment methods, such as EMV, contactless/NFC, mobile wallet and traditional magnetic stripe.

“Many of our channel clients, especially those serving merchants in regions such as Southern Europe and Latin America, are experiencing high demand for a cost-effective, feature-rich mPOS solution,” Robson explained. “This latest addition to Verifone’s portfolio of solutions provides them with an affordable offering for merchants of all sizes that demand flexibility, reliability and longevity from their technology investments.”

The tablet integration of the Verifone e265 provides merchants with access to value-added capabilities like eCommerce apps that can deliver digital coupons, loyalty and rewards during checkout, as well as a variety of business apps.



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