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    REVO offers a variety of services to complement the normal scope of payment methods and to improve our customers’ marketing and sales efforts.

    Here you can find out more about them and choose what works best for you.

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    Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC)

    Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC) gives customers who in Czech Republic use their cards issued in currency settlements other than CZK the possibility to pay for goods and services directly in the currency of those cards. This functionality ensures the holder of a foreign payment card information at the time of payment of the exact amount that will be paid for the transaction made in the trade post and it knows of the currency exchange rate.

    Advantages

    • Increasing customer satisfaction
    • A source of extra revenues for the Merchant
    • Lower costs of transaction support
    • No need of extra investment
    • One statement of transactions for all payments

    Cash Back - cash withdrawal when paying with a card

    Cash Back is a service involving the withdrawal of cash from the cash register while paying for goods and services. This service complements the existing ATM network and enables the card holders to withdraw small amounts of money while making everyday purchases.

    How does it work?

    Thanks to this cooperation the Terminal Services users will be able to use the most advanced solutions available on the global market of payments. When payment is made with a card with Cash Back feature, the terminal will allow you to select the operation with or without the withdrawal of cash.

    The decision to use this service belongs to the card holder. The card holder can make a withdrawal of any amount within the agreed limit, which is 3,000 CZK.

    The Cash Back transaction must always be preceded by the purchase of goods or services. The sales transaction and cash withdrawal takes place during one operation and normally takes the same amount of time as a transaction without cash withdrawals.

    The amount of money spent on the purchase and the amount of the cash withdrawal will be on the separate parts of the printout from the terminal. The card holder confirms both the amounts of sale and withdrawal by signature or PIN code and the seller pays back the required amount.

     

    Advantages

    • Increasing customer satisfaction through the introduction of additional services
    • Acquiring new customers who, wanting to withdraw cash, are obliged to make purchases,
    • Reducing the cost of cash management.

     

    Services

    Card payment

    Card payment

    Stationary POS and mobile terminals enable cashless payments.

    Card payment

    Card payments (Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Diners Club, Discover, UnionPay, JCB and American Express) are processed via payment terminals, which are stationary or mobile electronic devices with specialized software, enabling payments with cards with chips (EMV chip & PIN), magnetic strips, or NFC modules for contactless payments.
    Stationary terminals are great for most points of service, while mobile terminals are especially suitable for the HoReCa businesses.

    Contactless mobile payments

    Contactless mobile payments

    Payments with mobile devices, e.g. smartphones, make for easy and convenient cashless transactions.

    Contactless mobile payments

    Contactless payments with mobile devices, like smartphones and smartwatches, make for quick and convenient payments for products and services. These transactions require a specific app, like Google Pay or Apple Pay, and NFC-enabled mobile device.

    Primary currency payments (DCC)

    Primary currency payments (DCC)

    Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC) enables paying with a foreign card's primary currency.

    Primary currency payments (DCC)

    Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC) enables paying with a foreign card's primary currency for products and services purchased in Poland. The conversion is calculated in real time according to the same-day exchange rate. The final total payment is visible in the payment terminal.

    Cash withdrawals (cashback)

    Cash withdrawals (cashback)

    Cashback is a payment terminal service that enables cash withdrawals from the shop's register while paying for products and services.

    Cash withdrawals (cashback)

    Cashback is a service that enables cash withdrawals from the shop's register while paying for products and services — all via a payment terminal. The terminals with the software providing cash withdrawals fill in the role of ATMs, letting the customers withdraw even some smaller sums of money.

    Preauthorization

    Preauthorization

    Preauthorization enables putting a hold on the charged amount from a payment card before the payment is made.

    Preauthorization

    Preauthorization enables putting a hold on the charged amount from a payment card before the payment is actually made. This service secures future charges for the payment receiver.

    MO/TO

    MO/TO

    The MDE transactions are made without contact with the physical payment card by providing the card's details in the terminal.

    MO/TO

    The MDE transactions (Manual Data Entry) are made without contact with the physical payment card by providing the card's details in the terminal. The transaction is processed based on the written, e-mail (Mail Order) or phone (Telephone Order) request put forward by the cardholder. The MDE transactions are usually used for making hotel reservations or for settlements after the hotel's guest leaves.

    PIN Pads for cash register systems

    PIN Pads for cash register systems

    A PIN Pad is a programmable device that enables sending the information from the cash register automatically, thus reducing the risk of errors related to manual inputs.
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    PIN Pads for cash register systems

    A PIN Pad is a programmable device connected with the cash register which can be used by the retail chains using either their proprietary or third-party IT solutions. PIN Pad transactions do not require a cashier's involvement, and the information from the cash register is sent automatically, which reduces the number of errors related to manual inputs.

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    Cashier log-ins

    Cashier log-ins

    Cashier log-ins enable registering sales per each cashier, and other features.

    Cashier log-ins

    Cashier log-ins enable registering sales per each cashier, based on individual passwords. Logging in provides the feature of tracking sales records for each cashier, printing out their ID numbers on receipts, as well as printing out individual sales summaries at any time or at the end of the day.

    Reason for payment

    Reason for payment

    Reason for payment is a feature that provides the space for including additional information on the payment.

    Reason for payment

    Reason for payment is a feature that provides the space for including any additional alphanumerical information on the payment, like policy number or invoice details. This enables linking specific payments to customers or products. Transactions with the reason for payment included can be verified by accessing an encrypted website where we can export the information to .xls and .pdf files.

    Tips

    Tips

    Tips can be separated from transactions for restaurant services and others.

    Tips

    Tips are considered to belong to points of service, shops and restaurant services. This feature enables separating a tip from a transaction as a different entity, making it possible to leave one.

    Payment upon pick-up

    Payment upon pick-up

    Offer payment flexibility to the customers who wish to pick up the ordered items themselves.

    Payment upon pick-up

    Do you allow payment upon pick-up? A payment terminal will let your customers pay for the items the way they prefer — by card, BLIK or phone.

    Self-service devices

    Self-service devices

    Self-service devices - payment solutions for self-service devices, such as vending machines.

    Self-service devices

    Self-service devices - payment solutions for self-service devices, such as vending machines, self-service cash registers, ticket machines, or other self-service solutions (e.g. at petrol stations). Useful wherever the customer goes through the purchase process and payment for goods or services.