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Unzer launches mPOS solutions in Austria and Luxembourg

By Gloria Methri

January 30, 2024

  • Austria
  • cash register system
  • Contactless Payments

Unzer, FinTech, Austria, Luxembourg, Cashless Payments, Mobile Payment Solutions, Cash Register, Card Terminals, FinTechPayments company Unzer has expanded its business activities and launched its point-of-sale (POS) solutions in Austria and Luxembourg.

With its iPad cash registers, card terminals and the mobile mini cash register POS Go, Unzer supports all those retailers who want to digitize their processes and meet the increasing demand for cashless payments. In Germany, Unzer already serves more than 40,000 retailers with its POS solutions.

“We believe customers want to enjoy a seamless shopping experience, no matter where they shop or how they pay. And we know that retailers don’t want to think about how they can technically connect their online shop and their physical store in one system. With our cash registers and the software behind them, retailers have a range of options that simplify their daily business life – from customer loyalty programs to real-time sales data,” said Robert Bueninck, CEO Of Unzer.

Austria and Luxembourg are proving to be exciting markets for contactless and mobile payment solutions – with increasing demand. Austria with its around 30,000 restaurants and 140,000 companies in the retail and service sectors, offers considerable potential. Luxembourg, though small, has a strong startup and digital scene with around 15,000 companies. In addition, Unzer is already represented in both countries with branches in Vienna and Grevenmacher and knows the markets.

With its cash register solutions, Unzer is particularly aimed at small and medium-sized companies that want to accept mobile payments. For this reason, the POS Go mini cash register is equipped with a card reader, receipt printer and scanner and can be used flexibly anywhere thanks to cloud-based software.

Popular payment options such as installment and invoice purchases (Buy now, pay later) can also be offered in this way directly at the point of sale. At the same time, retailers benefit from numerous additional functions such as digital accounting and storage of their receipts as well as analyzes of their sales in real-time.

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