RBS WorldPay, the American based payment processing unit for Royal Bank of Scotland Group, running U.S. operations out of Atlanta, Georgia, which sold off 80% of its processing unit for a $3 billion deal to Advent International and Bain Capital two weeks ago, announced today that it has completed point-of-sale application certification of Aldelo Systems. Aldelo Systems selected RBS WorldPay as the preferred payment processor. Aldelo Systems specializes in offering low-cost, highly secured and easy to use POS systems and software to the restaurant and hospitality sector.
Aldelo Systems has more than 395 resellers around the world and they have helped many restaurants and store owners manage point-of-sales terminals with great efficiency for many years now. The company boasts well over 51,000 installations throughout the world. Aldelo Systems’ low-cost terminals and scalable POS and payment software solutions has given small and medium-sized business the tools they need to succeed.
With so many POS systems and terminals to choose from on the market today, there are not very many companies manufacturing their own software and hardware but Aldelo Systems does. According to Harry Tu, Chief Executive Officer of Aldelo Systems, their solution for businesses are field-test, cost-effective, and has some of the best features for restaurant point-of-sale terminal and management software on the market today.
RBS WorldPay knows that the success of most restaurants operating in the U.S. depends on the overall success of that particular restaurant. According to Nick Peirson who is the vice president of Market Development at RBS WorldPay, restaurant owners are no longer looking to traditional way to process payments because they are looking for a company that can process payments but also understand not all restaurants are the same and can create unique set of payment requirements tailored to their business.
Source: company press release