Verifone, Samsung collaborate for Android-based mPOS solution

Monday 12 January 2015 07:58 CET | News

Verifone and Samsung have unveiled a global partnership that will deliver Android-based mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) solutions to multi-lane and enterprise retailers.

The initial offering, which will be introduced later in 2015, will create an mPOS system featuring ruggedized Samsung Galaxy Tab Active tablet; enhanced security with Verifone’s point-to-point encryption of payment data, coupled with Samsung’s Knox mobile device security (available with a separate licensing fee); ease of use with multiple connectivity options, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity; payment acceptance of all types, including EMV, NFC, beacons and traditional magnetic stripe; commerce enablement functionalities provided by Verifone’s Commerce Enablement platform, enabling retailers to deliver value-added services, targeted marketing and advertising content from anywhere inside or outside the store.

In recent news, Shift4 Corporation, a payments industry provider, has teamed up with Ingenico and Verifone to provide EMV-capable devices.

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Keywords: VeriFone, Samsung, Android, mPOS, multi-lane, enterprise, retailers, mobile, point-of-sale, Point-to-point encryption, payment
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: World
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Payments & Commerce