Worldline, an Atos subsidiary for e-payment services, has been selected by the Aduno Group to provide Yomani payment terminals, starting in Switzerland at the end of this year.
The Yomani payment terminals are specifically suited for use at point-of-sale (POS) in catering and retail outlets. The terminals accept all types of cards with chip, magnetic strip and optional contactless cards.
The Aduno Group offers products and services for cashless payment from a single source. By integrating card issuing activities, card acceptance agreements and payment terminals the Aduno Group brings customers, merchants, partners and banks together.
Worldline, an Atos subsidiary, is a European and global player in the payments and transactional services industry. Worldline activities are organized around three axes: merchant services, mobility and e-transactional services, financial processing services.
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