An 80's Throwback - Moneris Merchants Seen as 8-Bit Video Games!

February 16, 2016


The end of a transaction is an important opportunity for merchants to leave a positive, lasting impression. Sure, it’s the point where you and your customer exchange money for that awesome thing you offer. But that doesn’t mean it can’t also be an occasion to delight.

Too often, the last thing shoppers remember about their experience is a burdensome and clunky checkout. But you don’t have to take our word for it. These retro versions of Moneris merchants tell us how payments can be as simple as an 8-bit throwback.


Civil Liberties

Take the trendy Toronto cocktail bar, Civil Liberties. Its owners were tired of bringing people around to the back of the bar to pay by Interac debit or credit card. They switched to Moneris for their wireless terminal payment solution that was better for staff and customers. 


Daniel Chocolates

Or consider chocolatier, Daniel Chocolates, which enjoys the easy-to-use interface, inventory control, and reporting on one side of the counter; and the seamless, customer payment experience on the other. 

With mobile payment solutions like PAYD and PAYD Pro from Moneris, transactions are simple and smooth. Customers can leave feeling not only satisfied with their purchase, but with the shopping experience as well.

To learn how you can shift your business to be more "mobile", visit


The information in this article is provided solely for informational purposes and is not intended to be legal, business or other professional advice or an endorsement of any of the websites or services listed.

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