Use case: smartPOS + App Marketplace
AEVI has partnered with some of the top acquirers to help them step into the new world of value-added apps and services, increase customer service and generate new revenue streams.
Offering tailored solutions to merchants
1) An application platform that was device-agnostic, secure and flexible enough to work with their existing hardware vendors.
2) Streamline point of sale equipment with a simple and scalable solution that also helps merchants comply with the new legislation requiring them to equip themselves to fight fraud.
3) Enrich the customer experience at the point of sale by providing consumers with a better shopping experience and streamlining the customer experience before, during and after the sale.
- Generate new revenue streams from apps
- Deliver greater value and build stronger relationships with their merchants and channels
- Support multiple hardware manufacturer’ smart devices
The AEVI Platform provides the flexibility to change and upgrade new applications and functionality from the App Marketplace that will work seamlessly at the merchant’s Point of Interaction.
The client now offers the flexibility of a rich, android-based application marketplace and payment solution with the security of next-generation android smart terminals from multiple hardware vendors.
They are delivering tailored, value-added solutions that enhance their merchants’ checkout experience, employee management, loyalty programs and more, across different verticals.
This allows small and mid-size merchants and channel partners to revolutionize payments at the Point of Interaction.
Great examples of how the AEVI Platform can improve the customer experience at the Point of Interaction for different merchant types. There is no one-size-fits-all, each type of merchant will have different needs.
At the restaurant: personalized and accurate
A restaurant wants to turn around as many covers as possible, manage staff shifts and stock easily. Services and apps can improve those operations and improve their customers’. An employee management app allows for staff to know when their shifts are and provides a truthful reflection on employees’ working hours. With loyalty and marketing apps, they can bring customers back into the restaurant, offer coupons and generate loyalty.
Apps at the restaurant:
At the garage: up-selling and loyalty
For this type of merchant, the focus is on a simple, mobile solution that offers some value add to the sale and greater convenience for the consumer. An app to let consumers book a convenient time, while letting the garage manage its workload. An app that pushes a notification to the customer when the car is ready to be picked up. A simple portable device that use little counter space is ideal.
Apps at the car garage
At the beauty spa: automated booking, reminders and more value added services
Beauty spas and salons want to provide stress-free experiences to their customers.
A countertop device at the reception could be their go–to option. The apps they will likely use include loyalty app and scheduling app, which makes it more enticing for the customer to keep coming back.
The customer journey often startswhen they browse services online and can easily book the service.
Apps at the beauty spa
At the dry cleaner: easy reminders combined with loyalty
The sales attendant are usually behind a counter, therefore a countertop device is the best option.
Every item will be priced differently and there is no need for an extensive menu, therefore a simple register app is sufficient.
A loyalty app and an app that allow push notifications to the customer when the items are ready provide great added value.
App at the dry cleaner