Blogs published on 03-10-2019

Alipay

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Alipay Australia

China is now Australia’s fastest-growing, largest and most valuable tourism market. Growth rates have been incredible, and they now have about 30% of total spend by international visitors in Australia. 

Added to that the number of Chinese resident and students in Australia is steadily growing, now about 30% of international students in Australia come from China.

Itwire studies have shown that 99% of Chinese tourists in Australia have Alipay. In 2018, Alipay transaction volume in Australia increased by 110% and using Alipay the amount spent per person was up by 40% and its a wide range of products that they buy here.

This is opening up a terrific market in Australia for Alipay

If you have any serious interest in getting your share of this market, I do suggest that you consider adding it as a payment type in your shop.

So we are pleased that we are offering a direct integration. It will work through Tyro EFTPOS which as Tyro has no contracts, so it is easy for any of our clients to add this payment type if they want it. If you are interested, let me know.

 

 

 

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Your scanners not reading correctly?

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The common problem is that a scanner is suddenly not reading the barcodes at all well and now requires a few attempts to work.

The first thing I would try is to clean the scanner' lens. Scanners today sometimes need cleaning The leading cause is generally people touching the lens so putting fingerprints and dirt on the glass. If so, this problem is easy to fix.

Step 1: Unplug the scanner from everything.

Step 2: Use a wipe sold for optical glasses to wipe the scanner's lens. I do not recommend any standard glass cleaning solution as these often contain chemicals that can damage the lens, e.g. acetone. 

Step 3: Now use a dry cloth for spectacles to dry the lens and remove any dirt.

Some scanners can be pulled apart to be cleaned. I do not recommend that you do this. You may damage the unit, which is the last thing you want to do.

If you feel the lens need more cleaning then this, then watch this video.

Now test your scanner.

 

 

 

 

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