These smart terminals are the future proof choice in the rapidly developing retail environment where emerging payment methods complement card payments. The model range integrates best in class technologies such as 4G communication, large touchscreens and enhanced customization opportunities to support the merchant's brand. It facilitates the transition from a simple payment terminal to a point of interaction and a platform to provide engaging content.
Ian Benn - SVP Western Europe for Banks and Acquirers, Ingenico: “Nets is one of our largest and longest standing partners worldwide and Ingenico is proud to see them deliver the first installation of our new Lane 3000 terminal. We expect this model to become a huge global leader as it takes over from the iPP350 – one of the world’s most widely used payment devices with over three million installed across the globe”.
Both models run the next generation Nets user interface which has been redesigned to match contemporary consumer expectations on clarity and quick checkout. They support connectivity over the Nets Cloud interface with no local components required to service even browser based ECR systems. Additionally, Lane 5000 can enhance the checkout process and level of interaction by performing signature capture and running custom applications that collect data or present additional offerings to consumers.
Yan Zheng – Head of Core Products, Nets: "As alternative payment methods proliferate, the role of a payment terminal is increasingly that of a point of interaction, which instructs and simplifies the payment process for both the consumer and the merchant. Our new generation of terminals takes this role head on with customization options never before seen on a payment device."
Merchants only need one integration to be able to roll out the payment solution in the entire Nordic region with all currencies, languages and certifications covered. On the back office side, the new Nets Portal will integrate reporting and estate management capabilities to provide the merchant with full visibility over their installed base.
The terminals will first be launched in Finland during early 2019, with other Nordic markets to follow.