PAX Technology, the world’s leading electronic payment terminal solution provider, has
received UK Finance approval of Common.SECC certification and Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) certification for the A30, a new-generation Android multilane payment device designed specifically for retailers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The A30 is one of the latest additions to the company’s increasingly popular Android product portfolio. It combines PCI 5 security and contactless technology with PayDroid, the payment industry’s leading Android-based operating system - which allows retailers access to hundreds of business applications, giving them countless possibilities to offer a more customized and engaging customer experience at checkout.
Common.SECC and RNIB certifications mean the A30 complies with UK payment security standards and provides special accessibility features for blinds and partially sighted people.
Working closely with the RNIB, special software was designed by PAX to allow instore staff to easily switch-on an accessibility feature on the A30’s screen when faced with visually impaired or blind customers. Clear instructions are read-out by the A30 to the user, guiding them to easily and securely enter their PIN number.
“The United Kingdom is an important growth market for PAX and we are excited to receive this latest suite of approvals. We will continue investing in relevant certifications and are committed to providing new-generation payment terminals that help make transactions safer, accessible and intuitive for every paying customer," - Mark O’Flynn, Sales Director at PAX Technology.