Fintech firm Fiserv has introduced a new POS device called Clover Station Pro for quick-service and full-service restaurants.
The addition further complements the company’s portfolio of Clover cloud-based POS devices.
Equipped with purpose-built hardware, the Clover Station Pro is designed to facilitate checkout speeds and prevent order errors. The device will also support the operator-specific loyalty programmes.
It supports payments with credit, EBT, EMV and PIN debit cards as well as contactless transactions.
The device is PCI PTS 5.0 certified and secures transactions with end-to-end encryption and data tokenisation.
Additionally, the Clover Station Pro comes with a customer-facing screen to enable them in managing their payment process. The customer can add a tip amount, update their phone number and redeem rewards through the screen.
Clover co-founder John Beatty said: “Business owners are always looking for ways to streamline their operations and build stronger customer relationships.
“Designed with these needs in mind, Clover Station Pro addresses common pain points in the checkout process.
“When people can see their order it can improve accuracy, and faster payment processing can speed lines. These little things add up to make a significant difference in the overall customer experience.”
As a point-of-sale platform, Clover has delivered more than one million merchant devices across the world.
Recently, the platform added Scan to Pay feature to enable diners pay their bills by scanning Clover-generated QR code.
Overall, Clover POS devices process more than $100bn in annualised payment volume.