Cartwheel Register mobile checkout app begins beta testing

Thursday 5 December 2013 11:04 CET | News

Tantrum Street, an information technology and services company, has begun to pilot test its Cartwheel Register, a mobile checkout application, across 15 Dallas-area in the US.

Merchants in the pilot include gift shops, cafes, clothing boutiques, bakeries, caterers, food trucks and salons throughout the city and surrounding areas. Each business is set to use Cartwheel Register to perform credit, debit, cash and Skip Wallet transactions.

With Tantrum Street’s patent-pending number recognition technology, the app uses a smartphone or tablet’s camera to read a consumer’s credit card number. It then encrypts, tokenizes and transmits that information to the appropriate payment processors. Cartwheel Register doesn’t take a picture of the card and no card or primary account number information is stored on the device. Tantrum Street is certified PCI DSS 2.0 Level 1 compliant.

Tantrum Street has built a cloud-based data and payments platform that powers its three products: Cartwheel Register, Handshake, an enterprise middleware enabling mobile interactions and payments for governments and existing POS infrastructure, and Skip Wallet, a digital wallet and app for consumers.

In recent news, Tantrum Street has included number recognition technology in its Cartwheel Register app for mobile payments.

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