Cayan preps new mPOS device, the Genius Mini | Mobile Payments Today

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May 18, 2017

Cayan, a Boston-based payment technology company, has introduced a smaller version of its Genius line of point-of-sale devices called the Genius Mini. 

Cayan said in a press release that the Genius Mini supports the growing trend of retailers and restaurants embracing mobile tablet POS systems and can accept all payment types including chip cards, NFC mobile payment and magstripe cards.

The Mini is the newest product in the Cayan Unified Commerce Solution Suite, which gives businesses the ability to manage the customer experience across locations and between channels without ever touching cardholder data. Businesses get a holistic view of customer behavior across all shopping channels, consolidated sales reporting, and the ability to create channel-crossing customer experiences like the option to buy remotely and return in store or buy online and pick up in store. 

Cayan said the Mini works securely with many leading POS systems using point-to-point encryption and tokenization to deliver enhanced security right out-of-the-box while reducing PCI scope. Merchants can plug the to a tablet via audio jack or Bluetooth.


Topics: Contactless / NFC, EMV, Handsets / Devices, POS, Restaurants, Retail


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