Powa Technologies partners with DataCap Systems to provide more accessible POS solutions for independent software vendors.
Powa Technologies has announced the completion of its integration with DataCap Systems’ IPTran LT™ Mobile and PaymentsDrawer™ product line for mobile POS.
The partnership will provide the growing market of ISVs working in the payment industry to virtually all payment processors in North America.
Datacap’s ISV partners will have instant access to the advanced POS platform, but also to up-to-date security and features, so that they can focus on developing innovative software, and avoid the costs and hassles of ongoing assessments and certifications.
“The partnership with Datacap is the latest significant step toward our goals to accelerate adoption of next generation tablet-based POS and reduce the integration time that has in the past often put off resellers looking to equip merchant clients,” said Jeff Dumbrell, CEO of PowaPOS.
The IPTran LT Mobile and PaymentsDrawer are innovative out-of-scope (PA-DSS) integrated payments devices that provide POS developers with the ability to process credit, debit and gift transactions directly to all major payment processors in North America via one simple interface without per-transaction gateway fees. “Solution as a Service” programs also create opportunities for no-risk recurring revenue for ISV partners.
“With the incredibly fast growth of and demand for tablet-based POS systems, we recognized a need for ISVs to be able to provide support for payments and POS peripherals along with their software,” said Justin Zeigler, marketing director at Datacap Systems.
Earlier this year, Powa Technologies unveiled the PowaPOS T-Series, a platform that integrates industry-leading components into one simplified, attractive and space-saving POS stand. Market response has been strong for PowaPOS’ unique design, which seamlessly combines EMV readiness, printer, barcode scanner, tablet mount and USB expansion ports into one compact and elegant device.
PowaPOS also features PowaPIN, the world’s smallest EMV chip-and-pin acceptance device. PowaPOS also easily integrates Powa’s fast-growing mobile commerce solution, PowaTag, which now has more than 800 brand partners worldwide, and recently added “Touch to Buy” triggers that enable social commerce.
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