CHARGE Anywhere, a provider of mobile payments platform and electronic payments solutions has announced the release of a strategic business agreement with European PSP, SetPay.
The SetPay PSP offering, which is powered by CHARGE Anywhere, is initially available in Europe. SetPay enables its business customers to accept payments on the go utilizing a secure EMV Chip + PIN device connected to a smart phone or tablet.
“We are very enthusiastic about expanding into the European market with SetPay’s solution, empowered by CHARGE Anywhere’s MPOS/PSP platform program. The SetPay team has done extensive research on the needs of their users, in order to create the best MPOS application for their business clients. With the perfect blend of functionality, flow, ease of use, innovation, and elegance with the highest attainable standards of EMV/Chip & PIN transaction security.” said Oscar Munoz, CHARGE Anywhere EVP & SVP of International Business Development.
“In CHARGE Anywhere have found the required experience, expertise, matured technology and international presence which, together with the synergies among our companies, made them the perfect addition to our platform. We are grateful to CHARGE Anywhere for the trust deposited in our organization right from our commencement plans within Europe; an opening technological collaboration that, without a doubt, will become the strong basis for much global growth to come among the parts in the very near future.” said Mr. Xoan Gonzalez, SetPay’s Chief Technology Officer.
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