MALVERN, PA -- USA Technologies reported that Revive Self-Service Café is using its QuickConnect Web service to integrate cashless payments and telemetry into Revive's micromarket kiosks.
Operators using Revive's self-checkout terminals can now link their credit and debit card processing with their other cashless locations supported by Malvern, PA-based USAT to streamline their business processes and technologies.
USAT's QuickConnect Web service provides developers that already have an application with Internet connectivity and a display mechanism, such as a kiosk or smartphone, with PCI-compliant certification to USAT's ePort Connect cashless payment system.
"Since we started selling the Revive Self Checkout in 2011, the No. 1 question we received from customers in this regard was if -- and when -- the customer could integrate their other cashless vending locations that were utilizing USAT's ePort Connect service with our micromarket solution," said Adam Arthur, founding partner and chief developer at Revive.
Arthur said his company is recommending USAT as a preferred cashless solution because of the ease of setup its approach offers.
Revive Self Checkout point-of-sale kiosks feature real-time bill validator and inventory status, automated condition notifications, remote video feeds, price adjustment options, an advanced rewards system and a mobile inventory system.