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QR Codes

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Empower your business to accept instant payments through QR codes. Offer a seamless customer experience and streamline your collection process

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Previously, making purchases required carrying a card or cash at all times, resulting in inconvenience.
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Now customers can effortlessly scan QR codes using their mobile phones, leading to a quicker, more secure, and more convenient payment process.

 Collect payments with QR codes

Static QR Codes

Generate a single QR code for your business. Customers scan and pay the pre-defined amount using any UPI app. Ideal for displaying at stores or on invoices

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Dynamic QR Codes

Generate unique QR codes for each transaction. Perfect for online payments, allowing you to capture specific invoice details for easy reconciliation and can be left open-ended for variable payment amounts

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Universal Acceptance

Accept payments via popular UPI apps like Google Pay, Phonepe, etc

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Real-time Tracking

Create different QR codes for multiple branches or customers and easily track and reconcile all the incoming payments

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Customizable Design

Tailor and collect payment with QR codes with your brand logo and colors, creating a seamless payment experience for your customers

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Enhanced Security

PCI DSS-compliant platform ensures secure transactions

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Got Questions?

Don't worry! Our FAQs section will help you learn about QR Codes in detail

What is the difference between a static and dynamic QR code?

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The difference between a static and a dynamic QR code is:

  • Static QR Code: A static QR code is linked to your business account and remains constant. You can display this code at your checkout counter, on receipts, or even in marketing materials.

  • Dynamic QR Code: This code generates unique codes for each transaction, perfect for online payments. This allows you to capture specific invoice details for easy reconciliation.

Can I use QR codes for online transactions?

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Yes, our QR codes can be integrated into your e-commerce platforms for seamless online payments.

Is there a limit to the number of QR codes I can generate?

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No, you can create as many QR codes as needed for different products or services.

Are there any transaction fees associated with QR codes?

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EnKash offers transparent pricing plans. Please refer to our website or contact our sales team for details.

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Seeking further understanding of QR codes?

A QR code, short for Quick Response code, is a type of two-dimensional barcode that contains information in a machine-readable format. A QR code acts as a digital bridge between a customer and a business to initiate a contactless payment by helping users to pay and accept payments using the QR code scanner.

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Q. How do I reconcile payments received through QR codes?

EnKash provides a user-friendly dashboard for real-time transaction tracking and automated reconciliation reports.

Q. How to scan QR code with Google Pay?

While Google Pay doesn't directly generate QR codes for businesses, you can leverage our QR code solution to accept payments through Google Pay. Here's how you can scan QR code online:

Customers initiate payment: The customer visits your store or receives an invoice with a static QR code which can be generated on our platform.

Scan the QR code: The customer opens their Google Pay app and accesses the QR scanner to scan QR code online (refer to Google Pay's guide for specific steps).

Complete the payment: Google Pay will display the pre-defined payment amount associated with the static QR code. The customer confirms the payment using their Google Pay PIN or fingerprint.

Payment confirmation: You'll receive real-time notification of the successful payment on your EnKash account.