VeriFone will be exhibiting at Retail Business Technology Expo (RBTE) 2013 at Stand #434 from 12-13 March. The electronic solutions provider will showcase PAYware Ocius, a multi-channel ‘payments as a service’ platform.
VeriFone plan to demonstrate PAYware Ocius’s services which include contactless and NFC-enabled transactions, data and analytics, mobile vouchers, gift cards and loyalty programmes, which will help retailers acquire new customers, improve shopper interaction and build consumer insight. Also on show will be the full range of VX Evolution payment devices available from VeriFone.
With a focus on merchant adaption to payment technology, Verifone will also be demonstrating GlobalBay mobile retail software, which enhances the retailer-to-consumer interaction. The GlobalBay platform is designed to leverage retailers’ existing POS, eCommerce and store systems giving complete flexibility on back-end technology.
At RBTE, VeriFone will be part of the Pecha Kucha seminars, discussing the future of connected omni-channel retailing – showing how PAYware Ocius offers a pre-certified service that is fully PCI compliant for customer present and not present environments, ensuring that retailers stay one step ahead.
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