REVONU POS is making a huge impact on the POS community, and to talk about why, we asked Julie Nelson, owner of Julie’s Treasures in Minnesota, a retail consignment store, what she thinks about her new REVONU POS system and COCARD.
Julie: COCARD was recommended to me by the previous owner.
Julie: REVONU has made a positive difference! After getting REVONU, it has been easier to keep track of sales as it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of consignors. We also have two different shipping services that are out of the office, so we rely on REVONU to keep those organized. It is very important that we keep track of who we are selling to and who to pay!
Julie: Honestly, I haven’t encountered any issues!
Julie: My favorite aspects are the sales tracking and the back office management options as well has being able to get support for REVONU and my merchant services account in one place with one call!
COCARD: Thank you Julie for taking the time to speak with us today!
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Like any new technology, mobile payments might seem a bit complicated. Don’t worry, we’re covering what you need to know about the latest mobile payment technologies— without all the technical jargon.
How do mobile payments work?
Apple Pay and Android Pay
Apple and Android Pay rely on NFC technology. NFC stands for “Near Field Communication,” as in the phone and terminal must be near each other to work. Both the phone and the terminal must have NFC chips.
Samsung Pay is different than Apple and Android pay because it involves MST technology. MST stands for “Magnetic Secure Transmission” and interacts with a terminal just like the magnetic strip on your card.
Both of these technologies allow your phone to internally store your payment info and to communicate with a terminal in order to authorize the transaction.
Are mobile payment technologies safe?
Yes. In general, today’s mobile payments are secure. Your card information is encrypted in your phone to combat fraudsters. Essentially, your phone holds a virtual card—a decoy that you use to make payments. Unlike a physical card, your financial information (i.e. your name and card number) is not directly used.
Here’s a few tips to make your mobile wallet even more secure:
Comparing Mobile Payment Apps
Apple and Android Pay are not yet widely accepted in stores due to the fact that this technology is relatively unknown to consumers.
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