Mumbai-based Evolute Systems' has introduced its new IT peripheral product 'LEOPARD TABLET POS' which is an integrated POS product having printer, card readers and finger print scanner on the same device. Leopard is a product which offers rich and high level design aesthetics, faster speed, thoughtfully applied technology and usability.
The tablet POS offers multi-lingual printing options and has a 7" LCD touch screen with inbuilt 3G, WiFi, SD card, Bluetooth 2.1 finger print scanner, dual smartcard reader, front and rear camera, USB ports, three track card reader and OTG charging possibilities. Leopard is embedded with an FUZI & ESC logic protocol and can be made compliant to function as a Micro ATM ver1.5.1 specs in a discrete 2 device solution for E-governance and Indian banking domains. It also has other facilities like contactless smartcard reading and 22 -channel NMEA GPS.
Ramachandra Babu, CEO of Evolute Systems commented about the new product: "LEOPARD will change the dynamics of agent front end operations by providing all required features under one platform by which agent can offer multiple services to its clients and substantially increase the transactions for banking and non-banking thus making higher revenue earning possibilities for both agents and banks."
Parag Mehta, Chairman & Managing Director, Evolute Systems said: "Our new tablet POS would serve multiple spheres and finds useful in almost all financial and non-financial domains requiring transaction and authentication services. Leopard would be of a great help in serving the large community by offering great user experience and will make life simpler and easier for all stakeholders."
Evolute systems is a pioneer in design, development and manufacturing of innovative, intelligent, differentiated and integrated embedded solutions for last mile applications like payments, billing, authorization and authentication and have established a significant presence in the BFSI, financial inclusion, microfinance, sales force automation, e-governance & retail domains.