Net Element, Inc. has announced Aptito, LLC has received Visa Ready status for its mPOS solution. The platform has been dubbed as a next generation, cloud-based point of sale payments platform. It is operated through TOT Group, the mobile payments and transaction processing subsidiary of Net Element.
Aptito helps restaurants drive consumer engagement via tablet, mobile and all other cloud-connected devices. The mPOS system provides hospitality merchants with tools to increase sales, productivity, and customer loyalty. The solution is a tablet-based POS that combines traditional POS functionality with mobile ordering, payments, social media, intelligent offers, mobile applications, loyalty, and transactional data all in one solution supported by Aptito’s cloud-based payments platform.
“As a member of the Visa Ready community, Aptito has adopted all of the standards and best practices as defined by Visa for magnetic stripe, chip, and contactless payWave acceptance,” said Oleg Firer, CEO of Net Element. “We are aligned with Visa’s rigorous security requirements and are fully tested and approved for PCI compliance so that merchants can have confidence in the safety of their mPOS system.”
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