Powa Technologies has announced it has sealed partnerships with many of the world’s leading POS resellers, accelerating global access to next generation payments solutions. Also Powa Technolgies has announced the completion of its Alpha programme and the rollout of its advanced PowaPOS Software Developer Programme to independent software vendors globally.
The PowaPOS Software Developer Programme features the PowaPOS SDK and online Developer Portal which will simplify app integration with PowaPOS point-of-sale hardware and services.
“When our team of industry veterans designed PowaPOS, our overriding objective was to simplify the transition to next generation POS. We did that with the industry’s first, true all-in-one tablet-based hardware solution,” said William Pittman, EVP, Customer Implementation, PowaPOS. “Now, with the PowaPOS Software Developer Programme, we’re easing integration by building a highly-scalable, platform neutral solution with best-in-class software support to match our best-in-class hardware.”
“Our customers simply love the PowaPOS T-Series. The developer programme is a powerful tool for us to enable a wide array of vertical market applications and value added services for merchants,” added Adeline Phua, VP Infocomm, Payment Solutions, Nera Telecommunications, a leading systems integrator across Asia Pacific.
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