Payroc and Ingenico Unveil Unattended Payment Device for Self-Service Market

Payroc, Ingenico Unveil Unattended Payment Device

Global payments company Payroc has partnered with Ingenico, a point-of-sale payment service provider, to introduce the Ingenico Self/3000, an unattended payment device aimed at meeting growing demand in the self-service market.

The Self/3000 is specifically designed for self-service settings and can be integrated into various businesses operating in vending, car wash and electric vehicle charging, among others, according to a Thursday (Aug. 31) press release. It offers multiple payment methods such as contactless, magstripe and EMV capabilities, and is built to withstand both indoor and outdoor settings.

Ingenico Director of Sales Bruce Rasmussen said in the release that merchants who integrate the device will be “empowered to deliver smooth, secure transactions and surpass customers’ expectations.”

Payroc is offering the Self/3000 exclusively through the Unattended Card Payment (UCP) distribution network, per the release. UCP is a specialized hardware distributor for the North American market.

In addition to its functional design, the Self/3000 payment device is pre-certified with the Payroc platform, allowing Payroc partners to integrate payments into their systems, minimizing time and cost investment, according to the release.

In May, Payroc acquired Atlantic Merchant Services, a provider of merchant processing solutions for businesses and organizations in the mid-Atlantic region, by one of its subsidiaries.

“Atlantic Merchant’s referral partners and merchants will benefit from Payroc’s differentiating payment technology, in-house processing capabilities and experienced support team, solidifying their already strong relationships,” Payroc CEO James Oberman said at the time.

In April 2022, Payroc acquired payments platform provider Worldnet — a deal aimed at delivering flexible, white-labeled solutions for its partners and developers.

In an interview a few months following the April announcement, Oberman’s son and Payroc Executive Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions Nick Oberman told PYMNTS that the company has a “full speed ahead” mindset and has no intention of backing off its M&A crusade.

“What’s driving each and every one of our acquisitions has been carefully identifying that sales distribution that would quickly benefit from Payroc’s technology and product, putting those sales channels in a stronger and more competitive position,” he said in July 2022.