VeriFone and Lilitab have developed a self-service payment kiosk that is certified to connect to Apple devices such as iPhones, iPads and iPods.
Called the Lilitab Pro-V, the kiosk incorporates San Jose-based VeriFone's payment technology with San Francisco-based Lilitab's tablet enclosure. The kiosk is designed to allow merchants to provide content to consumers while reducing PCI compliance scope via VeriFone's encryption technology.
Pro-V can deploy on any wall, service or floor, and can be used by staff to sell and take payments while moving around a store. Lilitab also offers a software development kit for customized integration with a merchant's point of sale systems.
"The growing market for self-service ordering and payment represents a significant opportunity for merchants to provide great new experiences to their customers," said Dennis Mos, general manager of the OEM Product Group for VeriFone, in an Oct. 23 press release.
VeriFone has supported a number of emerging payments strategies, such as sound-based mobile payments and bundled services as it combats several business headwinds. VeriFone hired Citigroup's Paul Galant as CEO last month, replacing longtime CEO Doug Bergeron, who left VeriFone in March.