Adyen introduces first in-house designed payment terminals

Aug. 18, 2022 6:12 AM ETAdyen N.V. (ADYEY)By: Preeti Singh, SA News Editor
  • Adyen (OTCPK:ADYEY) has introduced its first in-house designed terminals to advance in-person payments.
  • The financial technology platform is releasing two new terminals, the NYC1 and the AMS1, after expanding into designing hardware for the first time.
  • The devices operate on the company's single platform, which is said to enable end-to-end control and tailored payment flows at the point-of-sale.
  • Available now in North America, the NYC1 terminal is suitable for businesses that have already invested in hardware but want to add payments to their set-up. It is an affordable and flexible device that is said to enable businesses to offer a fully customized payment flow in their own point of sale app.
  • The AMS1, which will be globally available later this year starting with Europe and North America, is an all-in-one terminal with an Android operating system that businesses can use to accept payments as well as run their own business applications.
  • Adyen (OTCPK:ADYEY) is scheduled to report earnings today

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