LS Pay is an Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) software solution that offers you complete reliability and EMV and PCI compliance, no matter if you are selling in your store, restaurant or gas station, or on your e-commerce platform.
LS Pay seamlessly integrates with LS Retail systems, and gives you the flexibility to choose from a variety of Payment Service Provider (PSP), with out-of-the-box support with PSPs in several regions.
Capture all sales opportunities with a true omni-channel payments solution. LS Pay will securely manage all of your customers’ transactions, no matter if they take place inside your store or through your e-commerce platform.
Give your customers a safe and relaxing shopping experience. LS Pay is PCI compliant, adheres to EMV security standards, and seamlessly integrates with PCI-certified payment service providers.
Select your preferred Payment Service Provider without having to add costly integrations. LS Pay includes out-of-the-box support with several Payment Service Providers (PSP) in different regions worldwide.
The payment landscape is complex and every-changing, but as a retailer, you can’t ignore innovation. Download this whitepaper to understand today’s trends, and discover what you should look for in a payment platform.
Ensure safe transactions when running your business on LS Retail software management systems with this essential enhancer.
Let your customers choose how to pay. LS Pay supports multiple transaction methods, including contactless payments and mobile wallets.
Whether you run a single store, a café or a chain of shops, restaurants or gas stations, LS Pay can suit your business needs.
Select your favorite hardware. LS Pay is compatible with various types of stationary and mobile POS terminals.
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