Westpac Launches Cloud Dealer Terminal Application to Aid Retail and Lodging Companies
Westpac today sent off its most memorable outsider Android terminal application, Voila, as a component of new cloud-based coordinated installments answers for dealer clients to assist with making it quicker and more straightforward to maintain their business.
Created in a joint effort with installments fintech mx51, the Presto application is accessible on Westpac’s armada of Android-based EFTPOS Now terminals and considers central issue of offer elements to be flawlessly coordinated with installments on the one gadget.
Utilizing the application, organizations can remotely interface their terminal to in excess of 100 significant neighborliness and retail location frameworks. As well as accelerating checkout times and decreasing the possibility keying mistakes, the application likewise gives admittance to a continuous dashboard to follow deals and business execution.
Westpac Overseeing Overseer of Money and Value-based Banking, Mandy Rutherford, said: “We know how important it is for small businesses to serve their customers as quickly and efficiently as possible, particularly in retail and hospitality.
“The Presto app and our new EFTPOS Now terminals will allow businesses like restaurants and cafes to take advantage of integrated terminal benefits like simplifying the end of day reconciliation process, while also getting access to all the innovation we are bringing to market on this new device,” she said.
“It will help to reduce the chance of keying errors and speed up the checkout process, which can be a great time saver particularly during rush hour,” Ms Rutherford said.
“This is part of our continued commitment to support the evolving needs of our customers,” she said.
President of mx51, Victor Zheng, said: ” Westpac and mx51 are both enthusiastic about rethinking the accommodation and retail installments climate. This most recent development concretes our obligation to rejuvenating the best trader encounters for our clients.”
Notwithstanding the Presto application, last week Westpac sent off EFTPOS Associate with Linkly Cloud, which empowers business to remotely associate their terminal to a tablet for a neater ledge and expanded adaptability to take installments anyplace coming up.