orderbird integrates NFC technology into mPOS solution

Wednesday 18 February 2015 08:26 CET | News

The iPad point-of-sale (POS) provider orderbird, together with its strategic payment partner ConCardis, has rolled out a solution for cashless payment with card or contactless via NFC such as Apple Pay.

The newly developed Chip-and-PIN card reader allows for secure card payments and contactless payments via cards or smartphones equipped with a NFC-Chip.

Founded in 2011, orderbird is an iPad POS system for the hospitality industry. Approximately 2,700 customers (restaurants, caf├ęs, bars, clubs, ice cream shops and beer gardens) in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland are already using the orderbird POS system.

ConCardis is a joint venture between German banks and savings banks and is a European provider of cashless payments, with some 30 years of experience in the field of card acceptance. The company serves 230,000 customers in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Benelux, providing a full range of debit and credit card payment services to around 400,000 points-of-sale in face-to-face retailing as well as in ecommerce and mail order. The payment institute is authorised by the German regulatory authority BaFin.

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Keywords: orderbird, ConCardis, NFC, technology, mPOS, iPad, point-of-sale, POS, cashless, payment, card, contactless, Apple Pay, Chip-and-PIN, smartphones
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
Countries: World
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