The evolution of the next generation of payment terminals has seen the Android operating system emerge as the front runner in the race for innovation. But what are the drivers for this momentum, and why is Android gaining traction?
Hernán Moya, Marketing Director, Iberia for Terminals, Solutions & Services at Worldline, considers four key reasons why Android is making such a significant difference in the world of payment…
Checking your payment terminals for a safe and fast checkout from lockdown.
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