PC-EFTPOS February 2019 News

//PC-EFTPOS February 2019 News

PC-EFTPOS February 2019 News

PC-EFTPOS News

‘Australia’s leading provider of integrated EFTPOS solutions’

Welcome to the late February edition of PC-EFTPOS news.

Our customers and partners expect that PC-EFTPOS will help them build their payments capability.  This is something that we have been doing for 20 years but now, more than ever, consumer demand means that merchants are looking for technology that supports multiple payment methods.  How they spend their money is now as important to consumers as where they make their purchases.

In 2019 PC-EFTPOS will continue to build on our capabilities, work closer with our partners and innovate to ensure that we remain the leading provider of payment solutions in the markets we service.  We’ll share details in the coming months.

 

We hope you enjoy this edition.

PC-EFTPOS Supports Buy Now, Pay Later at the POS

According to ASIC, in its first review of the buy now, pay later industry, the number of Australian consumers using these products has increased by 500% in the last 2 financial years.  There are now over 2 million users of these systems in Australia.

In an effort to close the gap between what consumers expect and companies can deliver, PC-EFTPOS has developed extensions that add to the core EFTPOS payment API that is provided to the point of sale (POS) by the PC-EFTPOS EFT-Client.  These extensions allow the POS to perform proprietary buy now, pay later transactions.

PC-EFTPOS have developed extensions for Zip, Afterpay and Oxipay and these are now available to all PC-EFTPOS software users.

We have also developed a Generic API that will allow for multiple alternative payment methods to be added to a POS using a single extension.  Our Generic API currently supports Afterpay, Oxipay and Alipay.  We will add support for all new partners to this API and over time will add support for our existing third party applications.

If you would like to find our more about how we can help you add these services please get in contact with David or Andrew.

Support

The PC-EFTPOS Help Desk team operate during the following hours:

Monday to Friday                8:00am to 10:00pm
Saturday                             9:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday                               10:00am to 3:00pm

You can contact us on 02 9998 9800 or email support@pceftpos.com.au.

Software Releases

To keep up to date with our software releases please use the following link:
https://pceftpos.com/downloads/

2019-03-18T12:05:04+00:00March 18th, 2019|