USI Launches iOrder Andriod Mobile POS Machine for Fast, Convenient and Secure Payment Transactions

SHANGHAI, Dec. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The ubiquity of self-service payments in the retail, gasoline station and smart vending sectors, as well as developments in EMV payment, are driving rapid growth in the Android mobile POS market. USI has joined hands with Maxim Integrated to launch iOrder, an Android mobile POS machine with built-in payment functions. Powered by Qualcomm’s high-performance chip, iOrder supports wireless hotspots, Bluetooth and wireless wide area networks, and EMV payment. The POS machine is built to PCI PTS (PIN Transaction Security) standards that ensure fast, convenient and secure payment transactions.

iOrder Andriod Mobile POS Machine
iOrder Andriod Mobile POS Machine

iOrder runs on the Android 9.0 operating system and supports both Android and Cloud versions of POS terminal software and wireless applications. It is able to record and track customer orders, executes credit card and debit card payment transactions and is also compatible with other payment systems. iOrder’s built-in integrated payment system supports transactions using magnetic stripe cards, EMV contact and contactless chip cards, as well as QR code scanning with a camera app. In terms of appearance, iOrder has a 5.7-inch touch screen to adapt to larger and clearer interface icons for users. It features a modern lightweight design with a thin 13mm machine body, making it compact enough to be held with one hand.

The user-friendly iOrder can be deployed for various business applications such as tableside services – taking orders, requesting for service and payment in restaurants, ordering and making payment at self-service kiosks in fast-food restaurants and department stores. Service personnel can complete transactions quickly and exercise flexibility according to the customer’s location and preferred payment method, thereby providing a better customer service experience and improving customer satisfaction.

"USI has extensive experience in the development and manufacturing of Android handheld devices, as well as considerable expertise in EMV payment and security design," said Hawk Sun, Associate Director, Project Management & RD Division of Vertical Product Solutions Business Unit, USI. "Today’s launch of the iOrder Android mobile POS machine featuring a secure EMV payment platform and further demonstrates USI’s capability to meet the market’s demand for product and service innovation," he continued.

For years, USI has been providing professional EMS/JDM/ODM services to top brand names in POS systems. With an increasingly "cashless" economy and the adoption of near field communication (NFC) technology across the vertical market, USI’s integrated solution designed for secure payment platforms continue to enhance all-in-one multi-function products, help shorten the development cycle, and accelerate customer’s time-to-market to boost competitiveness.

About USI

USI (SSE: 601231, A constituent of CSI300 Index), Universal Scientific Industrial (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., is a global leader in electronic design and manufacturing as well as a leader in the field of SiP (System in Package) modules. USI provides D (MS)2 product services: Design, Manufacturing, Miniaturization, Industrial software and hardware Solutions, and material procurement, logistics and maintenance Services. With Asteelflash, USI has 27 sales, production and service locations across four continents of America, Europe, Asia and Africa, and offers customer diversified products in the sectors of wireless communication, computer and storage, consumer, industrial, medical and automotive electronics worldwide. USI is one of the subsidiaries of ASE Technology Holding Co., Ltd. (TWSE: 3711, NYSE: ASX) which is a world-leading provider of semiconductor manufacturing services in assembly and test in the world. To learn more, please visit and engage with us on LinkedIn and YouTube.


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