Offer plenty of scope for usable and comfortable applications
Guide and secure cardholders
Perform a fast payment check-out
A large colour screen to allow merchants to unlock an exciting customer experience with eye-catching apps and communications.
Backlit keys with tactile identifiers make the keypad outstandingly easy to use; as well as programmable lighting guides customers to the correct reader.
YOMANI is renowned for its outstanding high-speed in contactless payments with 2,257 seconds time transaction.
A USB device interface offering a single-wire solution for connecting the YOMANI to ePOS equipment.
Equipped with a printer and a swivel, the YOMANI can be used in a standalone configuration - independently of your cash register. USB host interface providing connectivity to various types of peripherals such as biometric devices, barcode readers, cheque readers and signature pads
Wireless communication with a mobile cash register, via WiFi or Bluetooth, is also possible, and indeed will become more frequent in the future, when tablets will be used more and more as cash registers.
C&A opts for Worldline’s YOMANI terminals
Worldline has installed its YOMANI payment terminals in all German stores of international fashion house C&A. As of the end of August 2017, all of C&A's German stores are now equipped with around 2,200 new terminals.
The hardware's future-proof design, long warranty period and availability were deciding factors for C&A. In stores, the new hardware means faster transaction handling, ensured security and improved customer service thanks to card and contactless payments.
As Michael Pip, Head of Merchant Services CE at Worldline explains: "At a time when the volume of online shopping is increasing very rapidly, secured, glitch-free transactions and an improved customer experience are essential for "offline purchases", in order to remain competitive. The latest functions such as contactless payment are indispensable. We are extremely pleased to be able to assist C&A in this area with our payment terminals".