FIME supports AEVI's roll-out of Android payment terminal

Wednesday 27 April 2016 | 12:33 CET | News
FIME announced its successful collaboration with AEVI, a subsidiary of Wincor Nixdorf, to support the development and roll-out of a payment terminal product based on the Android operating system (OS), claiming a world first. The tablet point of sale (POS) device, called 'Albert', gives merchants a platform to manage a range of business functions and accept a number of different forms of payments. The platform is already live and in use by the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, since 2015. Albert offers a wide range of benefits to retailers across industries. Some of Albert's key features include

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