Digital transaction processing company Carta Worldwide has been selected to make tap-and-go payment services available to HP customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific and Canada.
Carta’s technology will be hosted on-site or as a managed service from HP, and the cloud-based payments and tokenization technology will enable HP to digitise their customers’ credit card services and ensure secure transactions through mobile devices.
The approach, which enables customers to quickly deploy a mobile payment technology for in-market learning has minimal back-end impact, lower total cost of ownership and faster transition to market, provides HP with a roadmap for mobile payment solutions.
“HP is a perfect partner for Carta. They are a highly reputable provider of payments technology to the banking and mobile sectors, and their sales and sales support channel will allow us to accelerate the scaling of our business. We are thrilled to be able to announce this partnership,” Brian Semkiw, Carta CEO, said.
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