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Otago University seeks Eftpos supplier

Otago University seeks Eftpos supplier

The University of Otago is looking for a new Eftpos supplier.

A number of current terminals are multi merchant terminals and different types of terminals are required at various locations because of the high volume of transactions and Eftpos terminals used at present being of varying ages, makes, and models.

At peak times of the year the university hires efttpos terminals for a short period of time.

At present, the union operates a Quest financial programme, and it has an ongoing working relationship with the supplier of this financial programme, as the Eftpos terminals are directly linked to this package.

The deadline for replies is Thursday, September 2.


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