Lavu POS adds integrated payment hardware

 
Jan. 20, 2014

New integrations have been announced by restaurant POS provider Lavu Inc., and will be available in Europe, Australia and the Americas. According to a news release, regionalized solutions include fully integrated payment hardware, improved marketing opportunities and convenient access to financial information.

Lavu currently provides services to customers in more than 80 countries. The system now provides support for multiple major currencies, 22 prefilled language translation packs, and the option to format the entire POS system to any other language. Lavu can also handle the many different tax setups to meet various countries' requirements, such as varied tax rates on food versus alcohol, and other options involved when taxes are applied to an order.

Partners in global payment solutions include iZettle, Tyro Payments and Marketing Ideas and Technology.

The union between Lavu POS and European-based iZettle incorporates Chip and PIN processing hardware and EMV smart card technology.

Tyro provides processing for credit, debit and gift cards for clients in Australia. Tyro is a fully independent Merchant Processor, an Australian financial institution specializing in merchant credit, debit and electronic funds transfer at point of sale acquiring.

Marketing Ideas and Technology has a background in electronic payments since 2000. With MIT, users of Lavu iPad point of sale can receive credit and debit card payments, along with real-time payment and sales channel information.

Other Lavu integrations include consumer-directed technologies such as the The Exchange in the U.K., a real-time stock market for bar drink prices, automatically adjusting the price of drinks according to demand. And Spectu is a customer-facing ordering application for quick ordering by diners.

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Topics: Mobile Payments , POS , Systems / Technology


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