Payroc has announced its partnership with Ingenico for the latter’s release of the AXIUM terminal line designed to deliver faster and more convenient payment experience.
The AXIUM line aims to empower merchants to seamlessly accept all payment types. Powered by Payroc’s robust application, the terminals provide a reliable solution that elevates payment acceptance capabilities.
The collaboration between Payroc and Ingenico combines the advanced AXIUM technology with “high-quality, durable hardware”, ensuring reliability and resilience in high-volume scenarios.
Featuring a user-first touchscreen interface, Payroc’s initial launch of Android-based AXIUM devices offers an advantage for partners seeking to accelerate merchant operations and deliver uncompromising security.
“We are excited to partner with Ingenico to launch the AXIUM device line, combining their expertise in smart payment technology with our comprehensive platform,” said Casey Conley, Chief Product Officer of Payroc.
“With AXIUM, we aim to empower our partners and merchants with a reliable, secure, and forward-leaning terminal line that integrates with our omni-channel offerings, providing them with the tools they need to succeed.”
The initial launch will feature the AXIUM DX8000, a smart payment terminal designed for businesses in versatile environments, including retail and hospitality. The DX8000 enables merchants to serve more customers swiftly and seize every growth opportunity.
Skip Hinshaw, Chief Sales Officer of Ingenico, added: “We are excited to move forward with our valued partner Payroc, in offering the first of many in a line of significant solutions for their partners and merchants.
“By enhancing customer engagement and checkout experience, we are providing our partners, and their merchants, with more peace of mind so that their day-to-day business can flourish.
“Not only are we furthering our goal of making advanced payment acceptance easier, but we are providing a comprehensive solution that is designed to keep a step ahead of consumers evolving payment expectations.”