Aries 8 Graphito receives certification from Namirial

The new 2-in-1 terminal has been certified for advanced electronic document signing as well as for qualified electronic signing.

The new Aries 8 Graphito (Aries 8G) by PAX Technology is the first payment tablet in the market that can be used for both managing payments, as well as Advanced Electronic Document Signing (AdES) and Qualified Electronic Signing (QES) according to the EU eIDAS laws.

Featuring tablet functionality and PCI-certified security, the robust and flexible terminal can be used as a tablet, cash register, assisted sales terminal, and graphometric tablet. Certified by Namirial SpA. the Aries8G is one of the largest, and widest touchscreen Smart Android terminals in the market.

A Trust Service Provider, Namirial focuses on addressing the fast-growing market of Digital Transaction Management (DTM), which includes legally compliant electronic signatures, managing and tracking document flows, conducting secure transactions, and ensuring secure storage of data.

Capturing a handwritten signature is the best choice for getting documents signed during face-to-face interactions. Documents can be signed electronically at any place, anytime, in real-time, using any device (i.e. a point-of-sale computer or a tablet).

This certification means that bank branches, retailers, post offices, telco providers, tax offices, government agencies, car rentals, and many more businesses can take advantage of this 2 in 1 smart payment tablet to manage customer authentication, on-boarding, 3rd party payments, card payments, electronic and digital signing of documents, while they reducing paper consumption, providing exceptional customer experience, minimize required time per transaction, utilize existing assets, greater convenience, expand digital dialogue with the customers and push forward simplicity and efficiency!

PAX Unveils Latest Payment Terminal Innovations at 2019 Worldwide Partner Conference

PAX Technology, the world’s leading provider of innovative electronic payment terminal solutions, held its fifth annual Worldwide Partner Conference, in Macau this year, during which it presented a product roadmap which will see many new products being brought to market during the next three quarters.  Channel partners and customers from around the world, including Transaction Systems, one of Europe’s most reputable payment system integrators, were among the event’s attendees.

The prevailing topic of discussion was the shifting global trend toward the adoption of more modern Android payment terminal systems, and how incumbent acquiring banks are facing competition from versatile new payment service providers and non-bank organizations who are adopting new payment terminal technologies to win market share by delivering useful software applications to merchants.

Panos Chalkias, Managing Director of Transaction Systems, was invited to present at the conference and afterwards said: “The fact that PAX was the first payment terminal vendor to launch Android terminals in Central and Eastern Europe has provided Transaction Systems with great opportunities and momentum. However, being first on the market has had its challenges as well”. He added: “Customers across our region have been fast migrating to using Android terminals, and with PAX being the only vendor with a complete product portfolio and adequate software solution resources, we are looking forward to more years of accomplishments”.

Mark O’Flynn, VP Sales at PAX, added: “Partnering with reputable payment integrators such as Transaction Systems has enabled us to properly address the way forward for those first movers in the market who understand the huge impact that Android is creating for instore solutions. Our combined efforts have been a catalyst for both companies’ success!”

First to market during the current Q2 is the E700, an Android based SmartECR with an iPAD-like landscape display and integrated payment module and cameras. At the beginning of Q3, PAX will release the SK600 and SK800, new Android based SmartKiosks with fully integrated payment which can be used in a wide range of market segments, from self-service ordering in quick service restaurant chains to ticketing and bill payment.

A new state-of-the-art compact mobile Linux payment terminal will be launched in Q3, as will much anticipated Android MiniPOS models and a new multilane Android terminal, all of which PAX showcased for the first time to its customer network at the Macau event this week.

Merchantpas & Transaction Systems supply Global Blue with innovative Android terminals by PAX Technology to enhance tax free shopping service at luxury fashion stores

Merchantpas and Transaction Systems announce that Global Blue, the worldwide industry leader in Tax Free Shopping, has selected PAX Technology’s A920 Android SmartPOS terminal to enhance its fleet of devices (phones, tablets). Millions of shoppers in Europe and Asia Pacific will be experiencing improved tax free shopping, thanks to initiatives taken by leading service provider Global Blue to deploy PAX’s advanced Android SmartPOS payment terminals in many of the world’s most renowned fashion stores.

Global Blue partnered with experienced European payment system integrators MerchantPAS and Transaction Systems to roll-out the elegant PAX A920 Android SmartPOS terminal which can run a suite of VAT refund and Dynamic Currency Conversion apps, providing the potential for thousands of fashion retailers and department stores to quickly and securely offer tax free shopping and DCC savings when shopping in over 300,000 Global Blue affiliated stores worldwide.

The stylish A-series from PAX offer all the benefits of cool smartphones plus secure payment solutions, and will add to Global Blue’s innovative portfolio of in-store tablet devices. Unlike traditional POS terminals, merchants using PAX Android devices are able to download a range of useful apps to help increase customer loyalty & interaction, modernise their business, and turn every sale into an upsell.

Transaction Systems Discusses Digitalization and Android POS terminals in SmartCard 2018

The company’s executive presentations focused on the way digitalization holds the key to the branch of the future and the new, innovative value-added services over PAX Android POS Terminals

Opatija, Croatia September 26th, 2018- Transaction Systems (TRSYS) was the Gold Sponsor in Croatia’s largest financial technologies conference and exhibition, which took place in the beautiful Adriatic coast town of Opatija, between September 24 and September 26. The company showcased the new PAX Technology’s Android POS terminals along with the new E-series (Android Electronic Cash Registers with integrated card payment acceptance in the conference stand; TRSYS executives were among the speakers of the conference, discussing topics such as digitalization of the bank branches and the new, innovative, value-added solutions on PAX Technology Android POS terminals.

Presenting on “Digitalization inside and outside the branch”, Transaction Systems’ International Business Managing Director, Panagiotis Chalkias, presented on how, in order to gain competitive advantage in a post-financial crisis era, banks need to rely more on the less-expensive digital channels. In his view, technology has several goals for retail banks: the migration of transactions and sales to digital channels, 24/7 customer access for every interaction, a personalized approach to sales, and a unified, omnichannel user experience inside and outside the branch.

During an exclusive workshop, Miha Culiberg, Regional Director of Transaction Systems along with Antun Portner, Business Development Manager of Combis, the company’s Croatian partner, demonstrated innovative solutions running on the new PAX Android POS terminals. New applications, available for download in PAX Store – the PAX Technology POS Management Platform- transform the payment terminal into a powerful network endpoint that can help merchants, telco providers and banks attract consumers, and enhance their revenue streams. These multi-application environments of the new Android POS terminals provide a window of opportunity for the development of payment, payment-related and value-added applications geared toward meeting the needs of merchants across all vertical segments.

For the 19th consecutive year, SmartCard Conference has provided delegates from the region’s Banking and IT sectors with three-days of networking opportunities along with valuable input and insights on the trends and challenges facing the cards and payments sector.

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