UniRead: Modern Alternative To Old Payment Terminals

UniRead is an EMV ready module, a part of the UniPay payment management Platform. A completely new technology is utilized; with this solution a payment terminal works as a part of the terminal cloud and it is controlled by API. Processing logic and other operations are handled in the terminal itself; consequently PCI scope is significantly reduced.

UniRead terminal solutions meet all modern requirements of the industry. Many businesses worry about EMV and chip and pin requirements and with UniRead you have nothing to worry about. Also, this solution is flexible and can be adapted to the needs of different clients.

There is no usage of the local terminal footprint and the data flow is also simplified. UniRead payment terminal solution can be used in any environment which is able to interact with terminal APIs, allowing complete cross-platform accessibility (including mobile devices). What is more, there is support of the wireless terminals.

If you choose UniRead solution you will be able to benefit from the great amount of advanced features supported including card entry and signature capture capabilities and other non-payment ones. The following features can be pointed out:

  • Proximity payments (e.g. ApplePay)
  • Tip management
  • Waiver forms
  • Convenience fees
  • Ticket management, etc.

Businesses which decide to utilize the old business model might be facing numerous difficulties such as problems with PCI and P2PE. Also, in this situation businesses are dependent on the single operating system and usually the license cost is high.

If you want to simplify the process of payment processing you need to choose the best solution available on the market. And UniRead terminal solution developed by United Thinkers team might be the solution you are looking for.

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