Quick Response code, often abbreviated as QR code, is much similar to a barcode. In fact, it’s a type of barcode. Like barcode, it also contains machine-readable information concerning the item to which it is attached. But, unlike a regular barcode, a QR code is two-dimensional, i.e. it contains information both in vertical and horizontal directions.
QR code contain a lot of information within them. From giant corporate organisations to next-door grocery store, everyone can create their own QR code and attach them to their products.
1.  QR is short for Quick Response (they can be read quickly by a cell phone).They are used to take a piece of information from a transitory media and put it in to your cell phone.
2.  PaYnGO will generate QR for each merchants, billers etc for transaction process.
3.  Payers only need to select generated QR code from PAYnGO for do any transaction
Lets see how our QR Code works:
Ease of Use
QR Code is its versatility can used for everything and can be added to virtually anything from cereal packets to advertisements on the underground. This level of versatility can prove immensely helpful for advertisers and marketers.
Range of Uses
QR codes can be used in hundreds of different ways. The following are ten suggestions for marketers, but QR codes can also be used to provide a better user experience in museums, restaurants, on display printing and in other manners.
The use of web analytics and unique codes for different purposes enables marketers to gain valuable insight regarding the performance of their marketing campaigns, making it easy to figure out what works and what falls short of expectations.