Payment solutions provider YESpay and retail technology specialist PMC have announced a strategic partnership aimed at delivering mobile solutions to retailers that require secure, PCI-compliant payments. With YESpay mobile payments solution built-in, PMC will ship its recently announced Store Enabler mobile solution. Store Enabler allows retailers to leverage their existing systems and deliver them in store on any Android or iOS mobile device, with full capabilities to scan products, print receipts and take secure mobile payments where required.
Simon Curtis, SVP Strategic Development, YESpay comments: “As pioneers in the secure mobile payments arena, we are delighted to have been chosen as the preferred payments platform for Store Enabler. Together with PMC we can provide retailers with a fast, secure and simple route to deliver their mobile strategies.”
The YESpay SaaS P2PE encrypted mobile payment service reduces the retailers’ PCI liability which in a mobile environment is even more critical to ensure safety of consumers’ card data. The advanced YESpay mobile API, built into the Store Enabler platform, gives retailers the choice of devices for use in mobile sales environment and allows extension into the full suite of the YESpay’s Omni-channel Payments Platform.
Paul Mason, CEO of PMC states: “We are delighted to be working with YESpay. Taking secure, PCI-compliant customer present transactions is essential for all mobile solutions. However, it can be a challenge. The YESpay solution overcomes that challenge and gives retailers a wide choice of pre-accredited payment devices to select from. With Store Enabler and YESpay, retailers get a superb platform that makes it easy to deliver their mobile solutions and handle payments securely and efficiently.”
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