Ingenico Group has delivered more than 3,000 "smart" terminals for National Australia Bank to accommodate the myriad acceptance needs of its consumers.

The Move/5000 payment terminal is part of its Telium Tetra platform designed to support all Australian payment methods, including NFC-based and other mobile wallets. It also offers connectivity options through 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Designed for both indoor and mobility use-cases, the compact Move/5000 fits different merchant environments and can be used at the counter, on the go, or integrated into a checkout solution, according to Ingenico.

Image: Bloomberg News
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"The trust NAB placed in us for the introduction of the Move/5000 to their customers illustrates our ability to provide future-proof products and services suited to fast-changing payment regulation landscapes," John Tait, senior vice president of Asia-Pacific for Ingenico Group, said in a Feb. 27 press release. "The Telium Tetra platform will enable merchants to access an open portfolio of applications, and therefore meet their innovative value-added requirements."

NAB selected the 3G wireless Move/5000 for the replacement of its 2G terminal fleet across Australia, and is now offering the terminals with the latest standards and state-of-the-art payment features to all its merchant customers.

Ingenico has consistently made improvements to its Telium platform, introducing Wi-Fi capabilities two years ago.

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