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Application to reduce ATM floods launched by EMIS

This Tuesday, EMIS launched an application that aims to reduce flooding in automatic payment terminals (ATM). The platform allows users to make payments via mobile phone or tablet without having to use a “conventional TPA device”.


This application – launched at the 37th edition of FILDA – comprises three types of ATMs based on the Android system: TPA Express, Mini TPA (mPOS) and TPA Android.

José de Matos, chairman of the Executive Board of EMIS, explained that with this application users can make payments using their mobile phone or tablet, without having to resort to equipment or physical cash.

"The person has an application on the mobile phone and the customer does not need a conventional TPA equipment, and must only make payments via electronic means, without the need to transfer value by hand", he explained, quoted by Angop.

The biggest benefit of this system, according to José de Matos, is the fact that material equipment is not required. All you need to do is install the application free of charge and use it as a payment terminal, writes Angop.

He also mentioned security, considering that they are "fine": "In terms of security, we are fine. The solutions are highly secure, as long as people preserve the code well. These solutions will be available between September and November and in the first quarter of 2023 ".

The first result of this project is the TPA Express, where payments will be made available with approval through QR code, according to the company, quoted by Angop.


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