Payment Tech Firm Miura Launches Android Smart POS Payment Device

Global payment technology firm and mobile point-of-sale pioneer Miura Systems recently announced the launch of its new, elegantly designed, Miura Android Smart POS payment device.

MASP reportedly “leverages the collaborative open-source world of Android to make application development and ongoing management simple, seamless and secure.”

MASP implementations “utilize MPI, the extensive and powerful Miura payments application programming interface and supporting Android platform software development kits, plus Miura’s hardened security platform, remote key injection, and remote software and device management capabilities.”

With MASP, bank acquirers, payment service providers, independent software vendors and the merchants they serve “can streamline fully-integrated cloud point-of-sale migrations with a mobile payments strategy based on Android.”

Fred Nelson, vice president of North American channel development for Miura, said:

“MASP devices are fully-featured and highly customizable for smart POS integrations. We are excited to help businesses open new horizons by implementing an enriched POS and payments solution focused on delivering business critical services alongside day-to-day payments.”

Miura Smart POS leverages Android is expected “to make application development and ongoing management simple, seamless and secure.”

Delivering business critical functionality beyond payments, MASP expands “what’s possible at the point of interaction, powering high volume customer-facing solutions wherever they’re needed, supported by lightning-fast quad-core performance, a high quality five-and-a-half-inch touchscreen display, built-in printer, rear-facing camera, and more—all at an extremely competitive price point.”

MASP seamlessly “enhances mobile payments and value-added integrations without complexity or proprietary knowledge, opening the door to merchants deriving significantly more value in terms of faster time-to-market, lower deployment and maintenance costs and access to real-time transactional data for better business insights and decision-making.”

Miura’s North American representatives “will be in Atlanta, April 24 -26, 2023, for the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) TRANSACT 2023 payments event at the Georgia World Congress Center.”

As noted in the update, Miura Systems claims it “has been a global pioneer driving mobile acceptance since 2008, having deployed more than 3 million devices to over 30 countries.”

Its compact and versatile payment solutions “have been powering consumer engagement in key markets across Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, as well as in the Americas.”

The company partners “with acquirers, payment service providers, processors, systems integrators and independent software vendors to deliver feature-rich payment solutions for use in any acceptance environment.”


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