Dutch payment service provider Mollie has launched a new in-person payments terminal to be made available initially in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.
Mollie Terminal, which works through a single API, has been introduced as a unified solution that caters to both brick-and-mortar and online stores, the company said. Operating on both 4G and Wi-Fi, the terminal is sent to merchants pre-configured so they can start accepting payments immediately.
According to the firm, merchants can report, reconcile and settle all processed payments via the Mollie Dashboard, helping to eliminate time-consuming paper-based tasks.
Koen Koppen, CEO of Mollie said, “Mollie Terminal is an important milestone launch and a critical part of our in-person payments offering, further strengthening our position in the unified commerce payments market. With our customers’ high regard for Mollie’s online proposition, we are delighted to be able to meet the needs of customers offline too. As our customers have come to expect, Mollie Terminal offers competitive pricing, local support and immense flexibility. Our solution delivers an integrated and flexible point of sale solution that saves merchants time and money.”
Mollie Terminal also adds to the company’s existing in-person payments support that uses QR codes. As well as expanding the device to other European markets Mollie said it plans to launch Tap to Pay for Android later this year.