Powa Technologies has announced a partnership with Swiff, to bring PowaPOS to its customer base. The addition of PowaPOS platform into Swiff’s portfolio will span across a numbers of emerging markets.
“This partnership brings together two strongly backed, extremely scalable businesses with complimentary technology and solutions, making the combined offering ideal for banks and telcos across Africa, Asia and Latin America. With this offering, they can provide mPOS and tablet-based POS services to their merchants,” said Jeff Dumbrell, CEO of PowaPOS, a division of Powa Technologies. “We’re thrilled to have Swiff on board as a partner as we launch PowaPOS to the industry this week.”
“Many of Swiff’s bank clients are in the transition to EMV chip-and-pin, ideal for the deployment of the PowaPin, and we are excited to bring its groundbreaking design to our customers,” said Erik Holst-Roness, Chief Strategy Officer for Swiff. “Our partnership with Powa does not stop there, however, as we see great utility across the breadth of its omni-channel product portfolio.”
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