Lolly teams with Optomany to offer POS payments with self service

Lolly, a provider of point-of-sale and other payment technologies, has teamed with Optomany, pioneer of the PCI point-to-point encryption standard in the U.K., to combine traditional electronic point-of-sale payments with self service through the LollyServe platform. 

By offering customers the opportunity to complete the simple task of ordering, businesses can optimize employee hours by focusing their staff on providing high-quality and efficient service. The software puts the full order process in the customers' hands. 

By creating a seamless solution, the new offering enables hospitality providers of all sizes to benefit from the speed and convenience of self-serve technology, while providing greater customer engagement.  

"EPoS is clearly becoming the single most important business tool in the hospitality space," Lolly CEO Peter Moore said in the press release. "Self-serve is also a core focus for the industry, providing customers with full control of the transactions they make. But until now, it has very much focused on the larger players. We have worked hard to build an entry level solution which integrates EPoS payments and self-serve, supporting smaller hospitality providers in their mission to compete on a level playing field."

"All businesses who accept card payments must be PCI DSS compliant," said Optomany Chief Commercial Officer Robert McLaughlin. "But installing a P2PE solution will actually reduce their scope for PCI compliance, making the whole process much cheaper and easier. Our axept solution was the first globally to receive P2PE v2 certification, and we're delighted to continue the innovation by teaming up with Lolly on a platform set to take the hospitality sector by storm."


Topics: Bill Payment Kiosks, Customer Experience, Hardware, Hotels, Manufacturers, PCI Compliance


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