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Melbourne, 3 August 2018
NEW DONATION POINT TAP SYSTEM TO REVOLUTIONISE CHARITY COLLECTING
Australian payments technology provider, QUEST PAYMENT SYSTEMS PTY LTD, today received news the ‘Donation Point Tap’ solution for charities has been recognised as an ABA100 winner for both Product Excellence and Product Innovation in the 2018 Australian Business awards.
The Australian Business Awards program provides notable opportunities for high-performing organisations which implement world-class business initiatives and develop innovative products and services to be acknowledged and honoured for their achievements both nationally and internationally.
Jan Mason, CEO of Quest Payment Systems, says “The award recognises Quests’ achievements in the research and development of Donation Point Tap. It also affirms our commitment to continuous improvement and innovative business processes”. Each year the ABA100 Award winners are recognised as the elite of their industry, earning a place amongst a distinguished group by having their achievements acknowledged and celebrated.
For more information on The Australian Business Awards and the 2018 ABA100 Winners go to www.australianbusinessawards.com.au
ABOUT DONATION POINT TAP
Today’s generation of socially aware individuals are looking for ways to consciously give back to those in need. But with the ever-increasing move to a cashless society, this is increasingly difficult to do with current fundraising methods. Quests’ Donation Point Tap now enables people to make ‘impulse’ donations with contactless payment technology in the same way they used to put small change in coin collection tins.
This easy to use product is increasing the donation amounts being realised by organisations. ‘Digital donations’ are deposited directly into the organisations bank account every evening, improving cash flow. This fast, seamless process means there is now no need to engage a third party to collect, count and deposit the donated cash.
Donation Point Tap addresses the security concerns and overhead of accepting cash. News stories of retailers being attacked for the cash in coin tins has resulted in some cases, severe physical and mental injuries.
Donation Point Tap is now deployed across Australia and New Zealand by charities and organisations such as hospitals, museums and libraries who rely on the community for financial support.
For more information on Donation Point Tap, go to www.questpaymentsystems.com/donation-point-tap.html
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ABOUT QUEST PAYMENT SYSTEMS PTY LTD
With headquarters in Melbourne, Quest is an Australian owned technology company providing a diverse and innovative range of end-to-end payment solutions to businesses and financial institutions, both locally and abroad. As the country’s leading full-service payment solution supplier, delivering Australia’s only locally designed and manufactured range of payment terminal hardware, Quest delivers both mass market and custom solutions drawing on over twenty years of development expertise. Quest’s portfolio of solutions include fixed line and mobile payment terminal hardware, software, gift card and online payment solutions, EMV smartcard, contactless, communications and transaction routing solutions as well as bespoke hardware and software design, professional consulting and manufacturing services.
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