As a leader in secure,unattended cashless transactions for the self-serve retail market, USAT provides the industry’s most comprehensive suite of services designed to connect your business to more sales, better operating data and stronger consumer relationships.
For over fifteen years, USAT has been helping customers in self-serve retail, traditionally cash-based industries, seamlessly make the transition to cashless payment and telemetry – and they are reaping the rewards of increased profits and happier customers. With the plethora of credit, debit, NFC and mobile payment options now available to consumers, our comprehensive portfolio of cashless payment, telemetry and consumer engagement services make the transition to cashless easy and ensure your customers never miss a sale due to missing change.
Cashless Technology and Value-Added Services
In addition to our broad line of ePort® cashless acceptance technology, USAT offers ePort Connect®, a PCI compliant, comprehensive suite of value-added services. Wirelessly facilitating electronic payment options, as well as telemetry and machine-to-machine (M2M) services, ePort Connect gives you the ability to remotely monitor, control and report on the results of your distributed assets – enabling greater operating efficiency for an improved bottom line.
End-to-End Connection – From Your Business to Your Consumer
When it comes to unattended transactions, customer purchases have traditionally been based largely on convenience and little on brand recognition. USAT is shifting this paradigm through new customer engagement services. Our loyalty and prepaid program, MORE™, is helping customers establish meaningful connections with consumers in ways that build brand loyalty, create return customers and drive recurring sales.
Built on Proven Industry Expertise
Our ePort Connect customers benefit from more than 87 patents that have been granted on USAT's products and services. Our patents pertain to all aspects of our products and services, including payment processing, transaction methods, terminal connection methods, energy management and telematics.