Avrio Payment Solutions

Toronto, Canada
Chris Dritsas, President
Which of the following best describes your company?
Small- or medium-sized company

Type of company (check all applicable)
  • Other

If other, please specify
Contactless, Online and Unattended Debit Card and Credit Card Payment Solutions

Area of Specialization
  • Ecommerce
  • Fintech
  • Mobile Commerce
  • Other

If other, please specify
Unattended, Contactless, Credit and Debit, Custom Payments, Charity, Not-for-Profit, Donations

Do you have a need for / interest in hiring a coop/intern student?
Not at this time

Describe your company's current technology and solutions
Avrio develops custom payment solutions for unattended kiosks, mobile and countertop payment devices for debit and credit card payments accepting all major card brands such as Interac, Visa, Mastercard, Amex etc...with the ability to accept GooglePay and ApplePay. Verticals serviced include Charity, Not-For-Profit, Vending, Parking, Car Wash, Gas, Quick Serve- Restaurant and Retail.

Are you aware of any current government challenges or opportunities that would be addressed by using your technology solution? Or a future need you can identify?
Opportunities (immediate or in future) related to:
- unattended payment kiosks for city or government services.
- Mobile payment terminal
- Online ecommerce
- Helping governments transform from cash to cashless or contactless payment solutions

As the COVID crisis continues, please describe specific opportunities where your technology might support Canadian needs / government needs
With the decrease in using physical cash and the need to offer other payment options, our technology is perfect for a changing environment. The need to create custom unattended and contactless payment solutions for retail and self service to limit the spread of bacteria and other germs is critical in the new post COVID environment. For example - payment kiosks related to vehicle licensing, renewing license plate sticker, or any other related licensing fees. Payment kiosk for outdoor activities such as fishing or camp grounds.

Do you have any final reflections or comments?