Ingenico, and PAVO Inc., Ingenico’s partner in cash register business, have collaborated to develop the iWE280, a new generation of mobile cash register with electronic fund transfer capability as a market organization required by the Turkish State.
The device has successfully passed all technical evaluations administered by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey and secured the Turkish Revenue Administration’s approval.
The iWE280 is designed to process a wide range of payments types; such as contactless cards, bank and public transport cards, but also smartcards and cards with magnetic stripes.
Ingenico Turkey General Manager Alpay Sidal said: “We are very proud with the iWE280 device resulting from our extensive experience in innovative wireless device and demonstrating Ingenico’s continued leadership and strong investment in the Turkish market. Beyond legal requirement, we will provide customers and prospects with the most compact and advanced terminal along with the most comprehensive business solution for client”.
Ingenico EVP EMEA Jacques Behr added: “We are very delighted with this new POS solution demonstrating Ingenico’s capacity to develop and deliver an innovative solution in a very tight schedule. This partnership with PAVO also reinforces our presence in the Turkish market, one of the fastest growing. This is also the opportunity for Ingenico to continue to deploy our strategic initiative towards transactions and services”.
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