Payment solutions provider Ingenico Group has unveiled a new retail terminal Lane/7000 to enhance customers' point-of-sale (POS) experience.
The new terminal, which will enable vendors to increase customer engagement, will also mark the introduction of Ingenico’s Telium TETRA payment solutions to the US.
Ingenico in a statement said that the smart payment terminal is developed to meet local regulations and ensure long-term payment security compliance. It will support the business from attacks that target POS software.
Powered by Ingenico’s Telium TETRA operating system, the Lane/7000 will support EMV chip & PIN, EMV chip & sign, magstripe and NFC/contactless, including mobile wallets and alternative payment methods.
Ingenico Group smart terminals and mobile solutions executive vice president Jacques Guérin said: “Merchants and consumers have come to expect more streamlined and secure payment experiences at the point of sale. Ingenico Group’s Lane/7000 is designed to specifically fulfill these requirements while capturing customers’ attention without adding to lane or countertop clutter.
“The Lane/7000 provides merchants with the technology to be able to accept the latest payment form factors and powerful software that is able to support both payment and business applications for a more robust and complete checkout experience.”