Campus Cards, College and University Identification and Security

Heartland rolls out MyPay YouTube video

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Heartland Payment Systems’ Campus Solutions division has produced a YouTube video showing off the features of one of its newest products, MyPay.

The mobile application, good for Android and Apple iOS devices, enable students and administrators to use their smart phones or mobile devices for on-campus purchases and as a virtual campus ID card.

MyPay can also enable students to make on-campus purchases at bookstores, vending and laundry machines, dining locations and print and copy stations. MyPay can reduce wait times, as students can send their payment information to the point-of-sale terminal while waiting in a checkout line. [end] 

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