This PR talks about Bolton based Independent Merchant Services and the the launch of chip and pin terminals by them to make life easier, safer and secure for the merchants at their POS. As an independent service organization, the company constantly innovates and finds the best in class supplies for its merchant clients.
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Independent Merchant Services Announces Launch
of Chip and Pin Terminals for Merchants
This PR talks about Bolton based Independent Merchant Services and the the launch of chip
and pin terminals by them to make life easier, safer and secure for the merchants at their
United Kingdom -- Free-Press-Release.com -- Nov 23, 2016 -- Independent Merchant
Services of Bolton, UK, announced launch of a new range of POS card processing
terminals and strongly believe that it would make credit or debit card processing
easier for merchants and help them enhance customer experience.
Speaking at the launch, Roger Milne, Managing Director of the company said that the
company has always been pro-customers and has been on the forefront when it comes
to finding out and supplying the latest and best-in-class equipments. "We have the
interests of our merchant clients in mind when we offer chip and pin equipment.
Requirements differ from case to case and we have tried to cover the entire range in
our offering of chip and pin machines. We have both wireless and wired terminals
and contact and contactless terminals to suit specific purposes and ensure fast, secure
and accurate throughput in each case."
The most commonly and widely sold model, according to Mr Milne is the countertop
PDQ that works best in conjunction with a dedicated broadband router. This terminal
allows phone payments. While tied terminals were the mainstay, he said that the
portable Bluetooth or Wi-Fi models are gaining in popularity and allow floor staff to
move about and process cards safely and securely within a range of 50 to 100 metres
of the base unit. This type of terminal is highly popular in restaurants were waiters
can process payments at the table instead of the customer having to wait at the main
counter, and in this way it delivers far better experience. Another model that is fast
catching on is the GPRS mobile PDQ for staff in the field. It is possible for them to
deliver goods to a customer and process payments at the doorstep, raising service to a
new level. In retail shops where there are heavy queues, especially on weekends, fast
processing is a must and for this the contactless model is recommended.
Independent Merchant Services is not tied to any specific brand and it helps the
customers to select model based on their requirements and their budget. Selection of
equipment is backed by assistance in tying it into the backend accounting system and
online payment processing gateways. "We assist everyone: small shops to online
stores to start-ups to limited companies and international companies."
Independent Merchant Services offer the best deal in terms of equipments and back
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up services from a single source.
email@example.com or you may get more details from their
Name: Roger Milne
Company: Independent Merchant Services Ltd
Telephone: 01204 860 111
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