Honeywell has announced the release of Honeywell Smart Pay, a contactless software payment solution enabling the company’s powerful mobile computers to become secure and compliant payment terminals, accepting contactless mobile payments from anywhere a business sells or delivers goods and services.
Honeywell Smart Pay gives sales associates and service employees the power to finalise payments on-the-spot in retail, parcel delivery, public transportation services and other businesses where mobile payment can be used.
With a major chip-enabled credit card or contactless payment-enabled mobile phone, any employee with a Honeywell mobile computer, including CT30 XP and CT40 XP, can accept payment from a consumer either out in the field or in-store, improving the overall customer experience and providing a seamless transactional experience with increased security and flexibility of payment options.
“Effortless check-out and the delivery of specialised customer service can help create loyal customers and make lasting impressions,” said Taylor Smith, chief technology officer of Honeywell Productivity Solutions and Services. “We designed Honeywell Smart Pay with the goal of helping merchants make consumer purchasing faster, easier and secure while making the customer experience better.”
Smart Pay software point of sale eliminates the added costs, such as the recurring lifetime cost for hardware and costs for encryption keys, and the bulk and weight of the accessories while keeping customer data secure.
The software solution was designed in collaboration with leading payment software and consulting provider Amadis, whose software has been deployed in more than 40 million mobile devices globally.
Honeywell Smart Pay supports major credit cards representing more than 85 per cent of global transaction volume, with additional regional card brands to come in 2023.