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PAX Officially Launches with A2B Australia

Key points

  • A2B Australia Limited, the nation’s largest taxi and mobility network, has partnered with PAX Technology Australia (PTA) and DataMesh Group to upgrade their payment terminals.

  • The upgrade was driven by the elimination of 3G cellular services, rendering their existing devices obsolete.

  • A2B sought to future-proof their payment processing capabilities across all vehicles. PTA, along with DataMesh Group’s state-of-the-art smart processor software, emerged as the ideal partner for A2B’s current and future needs.

In the rapidly evolving Australian payments landscape, A2B Australia Limited, the nation’s largest taxi and mobility network, partnered with PAX Technology Australia (PTA) and DataMesh Group to upgrade their payment terminals. This move was driven by the elimination of 3G cellular services, rendering their existing devices obsolete.

A2B sought to future-proof their payment processing capabilities across all vehicles. PTA, along with DataMesh Group’s state-of-the-art smart processor software, emerged as the ideal partner for A2B’s current and future needs.

“There are incredible advancements in payments technology awaiting merchants across Australia’s economy,” said Nigel Lovell, CEO & Co-Founder of PAX Technology Australia. “We believe at PAX, along with Datamesh, we’re well positioned to help deliver devices suited for any retail and other merchant environment. A2B is just the start of some amazing developments on our horizon.”

Watch our exclusive video interview with Gary Becus, COO of A2B Australia, to learn more about this exciting partnership and its implications for the future of payments in the mobility sector.