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Ingenico Group launches Smart Self for Vending solution

By Megha Bhattacharya

October 01, 2020

  • Ingenico
  • Paris
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ingenicoIngenico Group today rolled out Smart Self for Vending with an aim to boost customer journeys in unattended environments. The new payment solution can be customised to an operator’s requirements and offer end-to-end payment acceptance, thus enhancing operational efficiencies.

Ingenico’s Smart Self for Vending can accept all new cashless payment methods such as QR codes while operating as a secure gateway with 99.99% availability. It also boasts advanced acquiring capabilities and enables to accept payments made in more than 20 different currencies.

Guillaume Pascal, EVP Enterprise Retail business unit at Ingenico Group, commented, commented, “As the ultimate contactless service, we are excited by the possibilities that Smart Self for Vending opens up for vending operators whatever the sector; not only does it offer end-to-end payments processing, but it also increases efficiencies across the board. Delivering a seamless solution with all expertise in-house means we can answer all client needs. Its secure gateway provides immediate reporting with real-time data, along with advanced acquiring capabilities.”

Ingenico stated that Smart Self is expected to enable operators to interact with shoppers digitally. Smart Self for Vending leverages Ingenico’s new PCI PTS V5 hardware range and comes with real-time reporting, smart transactions management, secure payment processing, and acquiring capabilities.

He added, “The most significant shift in the payments industry to evolve from this year has been the sudden move towards contactless and alternative payment methods (APMs). So much so, that a vast majority of customers think that cash should disappear completely at some point in the future. Now more than ever, vending operators should be looking to self-service options for their business.”

Recently, Ingenico Group announced a partnership with Belgium-based Saint-Sixtus Abbey, brewers of the Trappist Westvleteren, in a bid to provide a payment solution for supporting the increased global demand for their beer.

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