Diamond POS 1

Are you a business owner?

Are you eager to look for a lighter way to get paid by your customers?

Well, your number one customer bank, Diamond Bank has a new payment solution to make your business life a whole lot easier and “lighter”.

Say hello to MPOS!!!! – An on-the-go payment solution to cater for your business payment needs.

MPOS (mobile point-of-sale) is a dedicated wireless device that performs the functions of a cash register or electronic point of sale terminal (POS).

TRADITIONAL POS VS DIAMOND MPOS
Here are just 7 of the many reasons why your business should use the Diamond MPOS:
● Faster, easier, secure and convenient payment process
● Accepts credit or debit card payments without the need for a landline. All you need is your smartphone or tablet and the MPOS card reader.
● Data Capture opportunity which can be used for customer behavioral analysis, rewards and promotions
● Inventory management
● Portable and Easy to use
● Generate e-Receipts – receivable by SMS or email
● Improved customer service!

SETTING UP YOUR DIAMOND MPOS CAN BE DONE IN 4 SIMPLE STEPSDiamond POS 2

For a more rewarding experience, choose Diamond MPOS. Find out more about this great payment solution HERE
Diamond…Your Bank…

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