Does your business require stand-alone terminals, or terminals that can be integrated into an existing cash registry system? Computop can provide you with state-of-the-art technological solutions tailored to your needs. Depending on your requirements, you can choose from a range of countertop terminals to suit your fixed till point. These terminals all come with different equipment such as receipt printers, touchscreens and SignPad.
For portable use, the Computop range of mobile POS terminals includes not only wireless POS devices with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth module or SIM card slot, but also smartphone- and tablet-based mobile solutions for your Point of Sale. The solutions give you the freedom and mobility from your traditional cash register. This allows your customers to make a secure payment conveniently anywhere in your store – reducing checkout lines. Mobile POS terminals also benefit instore sales staff, as payments can be made anytime, anywhere, which improves customer service. Regardless of the situation, the wireless communication between the mobile POS terminals and Computop Paygate assures highsecurity wireless encryption and protection against abuse of data at all times.
Computop's mobile POS devices optimize the conversion rate of your retail stores. Eliminate scenarios where a customer is unable to purchase a product in-store because the item is out of stock. Your sales associate can order the goods for the customer via a smartphone or tablet on the company's online shop – with the payment made on the mPOS terminal. The customer can choose whether the goods are sent to the branch or sent to their home. The customer will not leave the store empty-handed; rather the requested item can be shipped to their home or to the store for pick up. This level of customer service leads customer loyalty and customer retention, which results in an increase in revenue.
From ticket machines to self-service check-outs – machine modules can be used in many different ways. The self-service terminals from Computop improve the user experience in the long term, particularly when payment is being made without a cashier being present, and render cash obsolete for payments via machine.
Computop offers you modern solutions, such as fast contactless payments using NFC and highly standardised payment systems for simple installation in all standard machines. The modules can also be equipped with high resolution colour screens, which have a clear display even in difficult conditions such as direct sunlight.
About Computop Computop is a leading international Payment Service Provider that enables merchants and white label customers to process global multichannel payments. Computops state of the art and wholly owned payment platform Computop Paygate offers seamless solutions for mobile, online and in store payment transactions. All transactions processed by Computop Paygate are secure as our platform is PCI certified.
Computop offers a global payment management solution that is connected to over 200 payment methods and acquirer connections worldwide, customizable fraud prevention, tokenization and other value added services like currency conversion and debt management that result in secure transaction processing and higher conversion rates. Paygate is scalable and favoured by merchants in the travel, gaming, gambling, digital, hospitality, and the retail industry. Prebuilt payment and fraud management integration cartridges or modules are available for leading ERP and shop system solutions including demandware, hybris, intershop, Magento, and IBM Websphere.
Founded in 1997, Computop is a global player for the 21st century. Headquartered in Bamberg, Germany, the company has sales operations in New York, London, and Shanghai. Computop is trusted by the largest global brands worldwide including Samsung, The Otto Group, C&A, Fossil, Metro Cash & Carry, and Swarovski. Computop – The Payment People Computop was founded in 1997 by Ralf Gladis and Frank Arnoldt in Bamberg, Germany. They continue to manage and own the company successfully as directors. In 2010, Computop appointed Stephan Kück to develop and manage the German and European entity.