goSwiff, a mobile commerce and marketing company, has launched an integrated platform of m-commerce payment solutions to help businesses to streamline their mobile and online transactions.
The goSwiff m-commerce platform offers a complete package of solutions across various mobile commerce channels, from mPOS and card readers to payment gateway and wallet applications, all designed to maximise revenue and customer loyalty.
The integrated mCommerce platform facilitates transactions at the physical point of sale; allows merchants to accept online payments; provides secure and fast payment processing and offers various tools for digital loyalty and reward programs. Security is ‘guaranteed’, the company says, with multi-factor authentication.
“As an integrated, modular solution, our mCommerce Platform is incredibly easy to roll out to vertical merchants. Its versatility means it can be tailored to any business, and implemented easily into the existing IT infrastructure”, said Etienne Van den Bogaert, COO, goSwiff.
“Harnessing the power of big data and CRM analytics, the mCommerce Platform gives small- to large-sized merchants the customised marketing competencies that were before out of their reach,” he added.
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