Your POS is changing.
With our solutions, you can keep pace.
POS is still booming, especially in the fashion and lifestyle sectors. Although quite differently than a few years ago. If you want to make sure your brand is ready to tackle the future, you’ll want to ensure that your payment methods are from the latest collection – as early as possible. We can help you.
Online, mobile, POS – already today, but especially in the future, it will be quite normal for your customer to make use of all three channels during a single purchasing process. Computop provides you with genuine omnichannel payment. Just like the channels themselves, all payment data merges in our Paygate – the prerequisite for new services such as click & collect and many others.
- Real Omnichannel payment
- In-store returns, click & collect, in-store ordering and more
- Buyer recognition and loyalty programs
- 3D Secure 2.0
As experts in the field of payment, we keep a close eye on the market. We scan trends and changes to develop sustainable payment solutions for you. We’re happy to share exciting insights with you in our Payment Insights.
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