Shenzhen (China), 10th October 2013
The Indian payments industry has experienced an injection of much needed competition in the POS terminal space since the beginning of the year, as a result of leading global POS supplier PAX Technology’s focus on this country.
PAX will be exhibiting for the first time ever at the Smart Cards Expo in New Delhi on October 16-18 next. Of particular focus will be the innovative D200 MPOS device (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3hhZUtEOd0), as well as PAX’s traditional portfolio of portable, countertop and multilane secure payment terminals.
Daniel Poon, President of AP Region at PAX, commented: “India is a delightful market for us to work in, as the level of knowledge of POS technology and software is one of the highest in the world”. Latha Priyadarshini, Country Manager for India at PAX, added: “PAX is providing a more competitive offering to banking and value added customers by harnessing local expertise through the creation of a network of Indian software and solution partners”.
PAX personnel will be on hand during the expo at booth number 26 to answer any questions and discuss business opportunities.
About PAX (www.pax.com.cn)
PAX Technology Limited is a global provider of electronic payment solutions offering world-class, cost effective and superior quality payment solutions. Building on its service excellence and proven leadership position, PAX is ranked as one of the fastest growing payment solution providers with world-class manufacturing and R&D capabilities and a growing sales and channel partner network across the globe.
About SmartCards Expo(www.electronicstoday.org)
SmartCards Expo has played a pioneering role in promoting smart card technology in India by creating awareness about smart card and allied technologies and promoting their applications. Ever since its launch in 1999, SmartCards Expo has spearheaded smart card Revolution in India. Today, Smart card applications, in conjunction with mobile communications, biometrics, RFID and e-Payments technologies, are being implemented by the Indian Central and State governments for several socio-economic projects worth trillion of rupees.