The client is a technology company specializing in providing payment solutions for commercial laundry equipment manufacturers and laundry service organizations, helping businesses rescue expenses and improve efficiencies in the bill remittance process.
Their payment solutions let customers accept multiple forms of payments, while processing all payment forms for consistent accessibility across numerous payment channels. Extensive experience in the growth and development of the coin-operated laundry industry has lead them to become one of the first Original Equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the market.
During the past 18 years, the client has established themselves as a leading technology provider within the payment industry. They leverage their extensive network to assist businesses in reducing expenses, improving efficiencies in the bill remittance process, and formulating the easiest methods and broadest range of offerings for consumers to use with their day to day purchases.
Their service selection caters to enterprises within the utility, municipality, property management and healthcare landscapes, allowing participants in these industries to accept payments of all forms—cash, credit cards, checks, lockbox, and online bill payments.
As the world of retail continues to grow, consumer attitudes and engagement with payment processes are changing also. Nowadays, big businesses in payments are strategizing ways to engage consumers by reducing checkout processes in order to increase revenue and keep customers happy. Verifone, a Chetu partner and one of the world's largest POS terminal vendors and leading providers of payments and commerce solutions, have discovered a new and convenient way to modify the in-store relationship between consumer and checkout through a device called e280. As a consumer or retail/payments group, it may be useful to know and understand the significance of VeriFone’s e280 by considering what it means for consumers and how software companies like Chetu work to provide the best solutions for mobile devices alike.
In 1981, Verifone launched its first product, the Veri-Fone (Verification Telephone) that performed check verification and credit authorization. It was one of the first devices designed to replace voice authorization with electronic for credit card transactions. By 1989, they sold 1 million systems.
Since then, they have made significant advancements in smart card readers, internet commerce products, secure payment terminals, secure mobile transactions and jumpstarting the migration to EMV readers. Verifone's history of producing high-functioning terminals makes them a considerable choice when choosing a POS (Point of Sale) system. Below I will describe the three different Verifone terminals and ways merchants can benefit from them.
Touch-screen point of sale (POS) devices are incorporated in our everyday lives and are becoming more of an issue for visual and audio impaired consumers as more companies and organizations implement them.
This technology, while useful and secure, is largely inaccessible to people with visual and audio impairments. Simple activities such as shopping for shoes and groceries, travelling and paying for hotels. These things may soon be more difficult or even impossible, unless they are willing to put themselves in far greater risk of fraud, theft or financial ruin.
"It is a great privilege to be in partnership with such an immense company like Verifone," William Dawsey, and Director of Global Sales for Payments at Chetu Inc. "I believe it is unions like these that are the bridges of advancement that lead us towards our vision of success."
Chetu is an end-to-end software development and integration Services Company with ample experience integrating VeriFone software and creating custom software applications that provide enhanced features that businesses need to succeed.