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PAYMENT PROCESSING: PAX Technology Limited

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PAX Technology US Site: http://paxtechnology.us/

About PAX Technology:

Founded in Shenzhen, China in 2000, PAX is a privately owned company with US offices in Jacksonville, Florida. The company was created to achieve global leadership in providing state-of-the-art secure payment solutions to customers worldwide.

It was the first EMV certified POS supplier in China, paving the way for their success in Asian markets. The company is the top supplier in Asia Pacific and is one of the top 3 global suppliers of terminal sales. It is considered one of the fastest growing payment solution providers with distribution in more than 60 countries.

The company has extensive R&D capabilities, continually producing innovative secure payment methods. In July 2016, PAX released the first affordable yet ultraportable 4G LTE capable mobile payments device in the United States.

PAX Technology Explained:

PAX manufactures electronic payment systems and point-of-sale (POS) terminals. It has a variety of payment technologies for each of the key segments of retailers such as countertop and mobile POS terminals, high-security PIN pads and contactless card readers.

Products are certified and follow all international standards such as PCI, MasterCard PayPass, Visa payWave, EMVCo, RoHS, and ISO quality management systems. US security standards are increasing as the country transitions to EMV cards, technologies provide data security and help to control operating costs.

They offer consulting, installation, technical support, custom development, training, and remote technical management services. It also provides terminal management systems and software development tools for channel partners and resellers who wish to write secure payment and value-added software applications.

These technologies are for merchants with retail locations or merchants making physical sales wanting secure and simple payment processing as well as integration of e-payment terminals, cashiers, and commercial terminals.

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