Integrated Payment


Today most of our clients use Integrated Payment to automatically send the Point of Sale (POS) information when a sale is made to go to the EFTPOS unit. 

Some of the newest payment methods require it, including what I think will be one of the biggest payer, the Department of Social Security with its CDC debit cards.

Currently some of the advantages would be

1) A simplified process as there is less work for the sales assistant as they do not have to key the information manually in the EFTPOS unit.
2) Saving time
3) Eliminates errors in the manual data entry.
4) Reduces arguments are there are fewer steps.

Today the costs of integrated payment and manual are roughly identical. 

Are you holding your business back by not having it?

We have several very good offers for integrated solutions currently available.

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