The Forum’s agenda covered topics related to fintech advancement, government services, e-commerce, and the payment business. The Forum was attended by more than 1600 participants from 36 countries. More than 90 international and regional experts serve as conference speakers.
In Almaty, ASHBURN International introduced a range of payment equipment, including SUNMI and Ingenico. These devices offer both mobile and stationary versions of EFTPOS terminals suitable for diverse businesses.
The innovative SUNMI P3 Mix, a versatile payment acceptance device, made its debut at the Forum. This terminal facilitates a handheld cash drawer, scanner, and network, among other accessories that enhance business operations. The equipment is well-suited for diverse sales environments, including restaurants, cafes, and self-service shops.
The SUNMI P3 Mix, a tablet terminal with a rotatable functional cradle, empowers users to place orders, scan goods, process payments, and print receipts. These features allow customers to browse and order at the tableside using the device, while staff can concentrate more on delivering high-quality service.
At the PLUS-Forum, ASHBURN International presented the benefits of the TransLink.iQ system.
“The solution enables the management of an EFTPOS terminal network and real-time transaction monitoring”, Sigitas Šniukas, Head of Sales Department at ASHBURN International, noted. “TransLink.iQ also allows for the addition of new features to the basic set of payment terminal functions. It includes tip acceptance, QR code payments, integration with barcode scanners, and the ability to separate transaction flows based on the final recipient.”
Currently deployed in Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Turkmenistan, the TransLink.iQ solution plays a pivotal role in the company’s portfolio.
As part of its business, ASHBURN International provides network outsourcing services. At the PLUS-Forum, the sales team demonstrated the possibilities of partially or fully delegating operational processes for the smooth functioning of EFTPOS terminal fleets. By outsourcing equipment maintenance, the acquiring bank can focus on financial activities, reduce device maintenance costs, and increase payments acceptance services availability.