Wireless solution provider USA Technologies announced on Thursday the integration of Revive Self Checkout with USAT’s ePort Connect, allowing Revive customers to link micro-market credit and debit processing with their other USAT-supported locations.
QuickConnect, which powers Revive, is a web service that provides certification to USAT’s ePort Connect for developers who already have an Internet-connected app and display mechanism.
“Going forward, we are recommending USAT as a preferred solution because they are so easy to work with,” Revive founding partner and Chief Developer Adam Arthur said. “I’ve integrated with a handful of other cashless payment providers and USAT’s Web service, QuickConnect, is the easiest credit card provider to setup. With other credit card providers, you need to fill out lengthy forms and the pricing is often confusing. Our customers love the ‘straight forward’ approach USAT offers.”
ePort Connect supports cashless needs for a number of self-service apps across multiple industries.
“We introduced QuickConnect in 2012 to help developers capitalize on the cashless technology trend and the growing demand for self-service as consumers place a greater value on their time,” Cary Sagady, USAT’s senior vice president of product management and network services, said. “USAT’s customers benefit from integration options depending on their connectivity requirements, an array of technical support tools and, most importantly, swift access to our PCI compliant, ePort Connect suite of cashless and contactless payment services. QuickConnect is all about helping them develop smarter and faster, with accelerated access to our ePort Connect service.”