Streamline your operations

Tyro’s seamless integration allows your POS/PMS to communicate directly with your Tyro EFTPOS terminal, meaning faster transactions, fewer errors and easier reconciliation.

Benefits of Integrated EFTPOS

Happy customers, great service

Straightforward integration, no need for a third party provider, and ONE customer support number to call.

Lightning Fast EFTPOS

Sub 1.6 second card payment processing speeds for both broadband and Wi-Fi connections.1

Secure EFTPOS

Tyro’s integration architecture safeguards your customers and your business against customer data breach.

Integrated EFTPOS

Our integration model means immediate transaction reporting on your own online merchant portal.

Tick

Elimination of double-entry errors and advanced reconciliation saves your business time and money.

Innovative systems

Support of remote desktop systems including Windows Terminal Services and Citrix environments.

Yomani 3G

Ideal for the counter

EFTPOS Terminal - Tyro Yomani 3G
  • 3G and Ethernet configurable
  • Large colour display and backlit keys
  • Tap&Go, contactless payments
  • Fast transactions
  • Connects to multiple tills/POS lanes
  • Secure data storage
  • Built-in thermal printer (15 lines/second)

Yoximo

Innovation on the move

EFTPOS Machine - Tyro Yoximo
  • 3G and Wi-Fi configurable
  • Long-life rechargeable battery
  • Tap&Go, contactless payments
  • Fast, mobile transactions
  • Connects to multiple tills/POS lanes
  • Secure data storage
  • Built-in thermal printer (15 lines/second)

Does my POS/PMS integrate with Tyro EFTPOS?

Get started

Once you have received your Tyro terminal, you’ll be able to easily link it to your POS/PMS system.


For Windows-based systems

Download the TTA (Tyro Terminal Adapter) software and follow the TTA Installation Guide.

For web-based systems

Your POS/PMS system will automatically download Tyro iClient to communicate with your terminal.


Ready to join Tyro?

Get in touch for a no obligation quote.

  1. Based on the first 10,000 transactions per Tyro terminal and interface from April 13, 2015.