Mobile payments solutions provider Spindle, Inc. has announced they have entered into an agreement with NCR Corporation to re-sell NCR Silver, a mobile point-of-sale (POS) system, to small and mid-size businesses. Combining the Spindle mobile payment platform with NCR Silver enables businesses to manage POS activities, including inventory management, sales data and other analytics from iOS smartphones and tablets.
As part of its relationship with NCR, Spindle will offer NCR Silver through its distribution channel along with Spindle’s mobile commerce platform that includes mobile payment, loyalty and rewards redemption and merchant-specific alternative payment types.
“NCR clearly recognizes the growing role that mobile commerce plays in the retail and hospitality industries, as well as other vertical markets,” said Bill Clark, president of Spindle. “They are taking a leadership role in driving the evolution of mobility into the POS space. We’re proud to be associated with this global leader and look forward to working with them to deliver an advanced mobile commerce solution that will meet the evolving needs of small- and medium-sized merchants.”
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