UTP Group launches new android payment terminal

UTPUTP Group has announced the launch of a new payment terminal UTP Pro, approved by Barclaycard and accredited by both Mastercard International and VISA Europe. The payment terminal was launched on the 1st of April and is expected to be rolled out to other businesses by 2021-end.

The new payment terminals, adapted from A920 Pax machines, utilises a new Android operating system, opening up enhanced features for businesses and presenting new opportunities to engage staff, serve customers and continue to seamlessly provide transaction funds to its clients.

Michael Ault, founder and CEO of UTP, said, “The timing of the UTP Pro launch is significant. As a nation we are on the cusp of opening up fully again in the wake of Covid-19, and businesses need all the support they can get when it comes to catching up on lost revenue.

“The development and rollout of the UTP Pro payment devices is just the first step in a plan to ensure our customers are well-equipped to deal with new in-store environments and changing consumer needs. As part of this we are offering this new feature-rich machine at the same price point as our existing terminals.

“Smart and adaptable payment devices play a key part in the future of business in the UK, and so, the majority of our new readers going forward will run on an Android OS. By using these new machines, all our clients will benefit from a solution that is future-proofed, and which also includes tools that will make it easier for them to run and grow their business.”

The company stated that the UTP Pro terminal will come with an Electronic Point of Sale (EPoS) application as standard, along with a reporting app that will give live updates to the user. This will allow them to easily see such statistics as the value and volume of transactions that each reader has processed.

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