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Apriva launches new payment solution for vending operators in Canada

Apriva, a US-based provider of omnichannel payment solutions has launched its latest payment solution for vending operators in Canada.

The new solution, which features Crane Payment Innovation’s, MEI Cashflow Easichoice card reader and Apriva’s newly certified payment gateway interface for Interac Flash to TNS Smart network, accepts major card brands such as Visa, MasterCard, Amex and Interac Flash.

The MEI Cashflow EasiChoice card reader serves a number of markets such as closed-loop environments including colleges, universities and corporate campus environments and self-service parking among others.

TNS Smart Network vice president for sales Peter Zoumboulakis said: “The Canadian vending market is seeing explosive growth in contactless and mobile payment acceptance. TNS is proud to be the market leader with our SmartVend payment solution.

“SmartVend offers Canada’s vending and kiosk operators the ability to easily accept debit and credit card payments and to increase their sales by taking advantage of the consumer shift to mobile and contactless use.”

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