SHANGHAI, July 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — SUNMI, a Shanghai-based IoT company that produces intelligent hardware for various commercial applications, has released the updated version of its best-selling handheld point-of-sale gadget V2 PRO, in a new move to empower businesses grappling with a surge in customer orders and foot traffic amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
V2 PRO Label Version comes with two new key features, including label printing and a high-definition QR code scanner. It enables merchants to process transactions in an easier manner, delivering a better user experience to vendors including but not restricted to food delivery and retail firms.
Since its inception in September 2018, SUNMI V2 PRO has been sold to 111 countries across the world, and the whole SUNMI V Series has topped a million units in shipment, counting retail giants such as Starbucks, FamilyMart,
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The GSMA will be working with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to provide civilians with financial relief during humanitarian crises. Examples include pandemics and natural disasters, although the program is not limited to those specific situations.
The joint program will leverage mobile money technology to transfer funds to individual civilians. The digital assistance can be distributed quickly and efficiently, with an extensive digital paper trail to maintain accountability.
The financial aid program will run for the next three years, and builds on the existing five-year relationship between the GSMA and the WFP. The two organizations will work with local governments and mobile operators to implement the program, which will launch in Nigeria before expanding to other countries around the world.
“As humanitarian crises become more frequent, complex and protracted, the need to devise services that are scalable, replicable and efficient has become crucial,” said GSMA Chief Regulatory Officer