PAX Global Technology Limited (“PAX”, HKSE stock code: 00327.HK), one of the world’s leading providers of electronic payment terminal solutions and related services, partnered with Link Processing, the Japanese local gateway services provider, to support cashless payment in Yanmar Stadium Nagai, Osaka.
Link Processing deplyoed PAX A920 SmartPOS terminals, named Anywhere A9, in the Cerezo Osaka football club store and ticket booths of Yanmar Stadium Nagai. The A920 SmartPOS terminal is an ideal solution to facilitate the shift towards a cashless society for Japanese acquirers and retailers. It supports a wide spectrum of payment methods, not only credit card, electronic money, FeliCa e-wallet and d POINT, but also international and domestic QR code payments including UnionPay, Naver Pay, PayPay, Line Pay, etc. Android-based terminal A920 is supported by PAXSTORE, an open software distribution platform, which enables merchants to install business applications in a flexible way. The cutting-edge features of A920 allow merchants to manage franchise stores on a central platform, as well as bring comprehensive payment methods and improve payment experience for customers.
Cerezo Osaka is a professional football club playing in the J1 League (Japan Professional Football League) where Yanmar Stadium Nagai is home ground of the club with a seating capacity of over 45,000. Large-scale sporting events such as football matches will attract a significant number of football fans. A simplified payment process is essential to customers. The A920 is an all-in-one terminal which can handle cashless payment transactions without the need for additional devices such as barcode scanners and contactless R/W terminal.
In recent years, the Japanese government has been dedicated to promoting cashless payments. The partnership between PAX and Link Processing to launch Anywhere A9 (PAX A920) will facilitate the shift of cashless payments in Japan. Looking ahead, PAX will continue to cooperate with Link Processing and provide more secure payment solutions to the Japanese market.