Powa Technologies announced the integration of intelligentpos, the iPad based point-of-sale app with its PowaPOS retail payments platform. The partnership between these two companies will accelerate availability of advanced, all-in-one tablet-based POS solutions for retail and hospitality companies in the UK as well as internationally.
Powa Technologies has gone to bed with S-Cubism Technologies to become the first Japanese-based POS software provider to complete integration with its PowaPOS tablet-based hardware. The full-featured solution will use its EC-Orange POS for iPad and Windows, and is available from Billing System Corporation, a leading payment gateway and reseller.
POS Stratus, a specialist in POS software for retailers, is integrating with the PowaPOS retail payments platform. The partnership between these two companies will accelerate availability of advanced, tablet-based POS solutions for retail companies in its home market of Spain as well as across Europe.
The PowaPOS T25 tablet POS platform and retailcloud’s Zero POS software have bundled a full-featured POS platform for retailers, all with no monthly software fee. The Zero POS solution is targeted towards small to mid-sized retailers looking for a fully customizable POS software with a different financial model.
Card payments acquirer, Merchants’ Choice Payment Solutions’ (MCPS) has buddied up with Powa Technologies to integrate platforms, providing a robust, fully integrated and secure tablet-based POS solution for retail and restaurant industries.
A new partnership will produce advanced, tablet-based POS solutions for retail companies in Scandinavia. Powa Technologies will integrate Wallmob, Scandinavian-based POS software for retailers, with its retail payments platform.
Worldline has become a preferred reseller of PowaPOS solutions in Europe, Middle East and Africa, offering PowaPOS T25 and PowaPIN mPOS solutions to extend its cross-channel payment terminals range for merchants and banks.
London-based Powa Technologies has completed its integration with Datacap Systems’ IPTran LT Mobile and PaymentsDrawer product line for mobile POS. As a result ISVs working in the payments industry with instant access to virtually all payment processors in North America via one simple, out-of-scope interface with the PowaPOS T-series POS solution.
Powa Technolgies completed its Alpha program and rollout of its advanced PowaPOS Software Developer Program to independent software vendors (ISVs) globally. The PowaPOS Software Developer Program features the PowaPOS SDK and online Developer Portal that, together, simplify app integration with PowaPOS point-of-sale hardware and services, including PowaTag, the company’s fast-growing mobile commerce solution that has more than 500 brand partners around the world. PowaTag’s global expansion was recently enhanced with the acquisition of Hong Kong-based MPayMe. The PowaPOS SDK works seamlessly with existing smartphone and tablet applications. A consistent set of APIs work across iOS, Android and Windows operating systems and drives the PowaPOS T-Series hardware and the PowaPIN EMV-enabled card reader. Standard interfaces are provided for the T-Series’ unique integration of tilting/swiveling tablet mount, high-speed printer, 2D barcode scanner, encrypting magnetic stripe reader, EMV-compliant smartcard reader, secure PIN-entry keypad, and cash drawer.
Powa Technologies has partnered Teller card payment acquirer, to introduce PowaTag payment technology to Teller’s client base of 94,000 merchants operating in more than 20 European countries.More than 385 global brands including Electrolux, Carrefour and Universal Music have adopted the Powa solution to improve their customers’ purchasing experiences. Powa attracted international attention when it received a world record $96.7 million in a Series A funding round, in recognition of its potential to become a dominant force in the mobile payment solutions sector. PowaTag is being described by many industry experts as a game changer; by combining capabilities which include instant mobile commerce and Bluetooth geo-location, it allows customers to make payments with a click of their smartphones, via printed tags, printed media, billboards and even TV and radio broadcasts.