Apriva and Parlevel complete systems integration
U.S. — Apriva and Parlevel have finished integrating the Parlevel Micro Market solution into the Apriva payment gateway platform, bringing secure cashless payments to Apriva resellers and self-service operators, while expanding cashless payment options to their end users.
Parlevel Micro Market uses Parlevel Pay contactless readers connecting through proprietary vending management software (VMS) to enable operators to change prices, create promotional campaigns, access inventory levels, troubleshoot software, review security cameras, update products’ information, customize kiosk screens, review security cameras from home, office, phone, or tablet, access analytics to better serve every location, customer segment, product, employee and more. By integrating with the Apriva gateway, micro markets also gain secure payment options beyond credit and debit, including various campus cards and near-field communication (NFC) payments such as Android Pay and Apple Pay.
Parlevel’s VMS provides the control, accountability and support needed for self-service retail management. Other features include: intelligent route planning, pre-kitting, automated reconciliation, warehouse support with streamlined ordering and receivables, telemetry, and product merchandising optimization that work together to boost market sales, cut service costs and gain operational control. Parlevel also provides equipment financing options—many requiring no money down and fixed, affordable monthly payments. These flat-rate plans are designed to allow merchants the flexibility to keep more cash on hand for their business operations.
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