McDonald’s will soon deploy the PAX D180 MPOS device in India to speed up the ordering process and smooth business operations. The D180 is one of the world’s most compact secure payment devices, complying internationally with EMV, PCI and SRED mandates, as well as being locally certified with Ratnakar Bank in India.
PAX partnered with FortunePay, an innovative Indian payment and commerce company, to integrate the D180 by Bluetooth communication with Android Tablets to enable McDonald’s staff in outlets across west and south India to take orders from customers via Debit and Credit cards while seated at their tables or if orders are placed from home.
The D180 helps reduce queues during peak hours and improves operational efficiency. The McDonald’s merchant acquirer and a bank known for its focus on delivering mobility solutions, which are fast, professional and secured.
Fortune Payment Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. is a payments processor and merchant aggregator offering innovative payment and commerce solutions to merchants. FortunePay offers EDC, ECR and MPOS based payments, loyalty and EMI solutions to increase merchant revenues and profits. Started in 2011, FortunePay is funded by leading VCs, including Kae Capital and Bessemer Venture Partners. It is headquartered in Bangalore, with offices in Mumbai and Delhi.
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