The app is powered by Pi, the bank's POS software ecosystem that was launched mid-2012, and works when paired with the bank's Eftpos terminals, Leo or Emmy. Leo was launched simultaneously with Pi, features a barcode reader and is designed for medium to large business, while Emmy is designed for small mobile businesses with lower card transaction volumes.
Businesses will be able to accept payments via BPAY, Eftpos, credit card, including contactless payments, chip & PIN, swipe payments
The new service comes at a cost. The app will run on the Simple Merchant Plan where small business will pay AU
The starting price for the Leo device is
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