Hybrid PayTech has signed an exclusive supply agreement with SuperPay of Brazil. The agreement between the companies will further address the needs of merchants requiring an accredited MSR & EMVl1/l2 MPOS solution that will enable mobile check out for retail, hospitality services, field services, line busting and delivery services.
In addition the Multi-OS Hybrid Connect solution also delivers a much needed solution for ISV, ERP & ECR channels of business which will also expand connectivity types for SuperPay with Enterprise merchants who do not have a certified solution to adopt that meets stringent EMV requirements for Credit and Debit, and offers a variety of interoperability options for scalability.
Founder Massimo Barone stated “We are excited about the partnership with SuperPay as they have a successful footprint inBrazil extending into Argentina, Columbia, Chile and Mexico. Also the timing is fantastic as Brazil will be host to the 2014 FIFA World Soccer Cup followed by the World Olympics in 2016 which both companies are aligning to be ready for. Additionally as Hybrid grows its payment connectivity, Enterprise and Large Retail merchants will be able to access connectivity through their Hybrid PayTech providers”
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