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Zeller and Oracle team up to power restaurant payments

By Gloria Mathias

March 22, 2024

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  • Australia Business
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Zeller, Australia FinTech, POS, Point of Sale, Merchant Checkouts, Payment, Business Solutions, Tap on Pay, iPhone, Apple Pay, iOS, SME Payments, Customer Payments, Business Payments, Fintech News, Australia Payments, APAC Payments, Corporate Cards, SMB solutions, Australia Business, Fintech News, Tap on Android, Fintech news Australia, OracleAustralia’s payments provider, Zeller, and the global restaurant POS system, Oracle, have come together to provide restaurateurs with a complete solution for managing orders and securely taking payments at speed.

For food and beverage venues across the country, this new integration that connects Zeller Terminal with Oracle’s Simphony POS will come as welcome news. Australian businesses that have been using Oracle’s Simphony POS have been hamstrung by the outdated technology provided by a limited number of payment providers that are integrated with it.

However, businesses from local cafés to global quick-service chains can benefit from Zeller’s advanced EFTPOS solution.

Pairing Zeller Terminal with Oracle Simphony POS is straightforward and can be done remotely via the Zeller Dashboard. Being able to configure the pairing remotely is especially helpful for chains with multiple venues, as there is no need to be on-site to complete the set-up. Terminals can be swapped in and out of different locations by retail or operations staff as required and paired to the POS directly from the device itself (or from the dashboard) without escalation.

When Zeller Terminal and Oracle Simphony POS are integrated, there’s no need to manually key in the transaction total, one will instead be able to automatically push the balance to the EFTPOS machine, improving the speed of service by reducing wait times. Zeller Terminal lets you extend this experience to the payment process with a screensaver feature.

When the card payment is processed on Zeller Terminal, the transaction details are automatically pushed to your Oracle Simphony POS workstation which prints one combined docket, streamlining the checkout process. The unique transaction ID will also be recorded in both the Zeller Dashboard and your Oracle Simphony POS reports, to ensure easy reconciliation for finance and operations teams.

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