Evolv is the emerging technology company that specializes in harnessing the dramatic power of artificial intelligence to create the business and internet “killer apps” of the future. Recent product innovations have included the introduction of Skipjack IC (Internet Commerce), a secure internet transaction software snap-on for Microsoft Internet Information Server. This inexpensive program supports credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Card, Diners Club and JCB), debit cards and even checks. It is completely secure owing to Evolv’s proprietary encryption technology.
The philosophy behind Skipjack IC is simple: it is an easy-to-use, cost-effective, turn-key solution for merchants. As such, it allows companies of any size to instantly and confidently open up shop on the Internet.
In that spirit, Evolv has forged their first credit card processor alliance with the highly respected Midwest Payment Systems. MPS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fifth Third Bank and one of the top ten processors in the nation. With 25 years in the business, the firm provides unparalleled service and support for a customer base of over 17,000 representing more than $22 billion in credit card volume.
“They have a great track record and are very dedicated to service. We feel confident that MPS will be able to meet and exceed merchant expectations,” says Brad Hoeweler, Evolv’s CEO. “This new technology is very exciting and we’re looking forward to welcoming a whole new breed of merchant to a profitable Internet experience,” adds Ray Neugebauer, Sales Officer at MPS.
Skipjack IC requires Microsoft Windows NT Server version 4.0 with Service Pack 3, Internet Information Server 3.0, Active Server Pages, a modem and an analog phone line. It retails for $1,495.00 US (introductory price), and includes online documentation, a sample web site, 800 number, test credit card account and email support.
To purchase Skipjack IC, contact Scott Valetti at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-563-2907. Additional information about Skipjack IC and the product itself is available at Evolv’s website: .Details