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EProcessing Network unveils browser-compatible version of online terminal

06 August 2009  |  1279 views  |  0 Source: eProcessing Network

EProcessing Network, the leading independent payment gateway and software development company, announced today that it has significantly reduced the barrier to mobile processing with a browser-compatible version of its popular Online Terminal.

While other gateway providers are still working on developing this type of payment solution, eProcessing Network has delivered quickly and efficiently with the ePNMobile Browser Edition. By using the native browser on mobile devices, merchants have the ability to process transactions in the field where sales opportunities exist without having to worry about PABP/PA-DSS requirements.

Available to merchants with many state-of-the-art devices including iPhones, iPod Touches and T-Mobile G1s, the ePNMobile Browser Edition is being offered free of charge for a limited time through eProcessing Network.

"Continuing our tradition of anywhere merchants do business, we are thrilled to offer our authorized ISOs and agents an immediate opportunity to enhance and increase their merchant base and maximize their residual income," says Steve Sotis, President of eProcessing Network. "Since this free offer is available for a limited time only, we encourage sales professionals to sign up their merchants now in preparation for the approaching holiday spending season."

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