PowerPay turns mobiles into POS systems with AppCharge

Source: PowerPay

AppCharge is a new payment technology that transforms any iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and many Android devices into a terminal, giving merchants the opportunity to accept credit cards virtually anywhere.

Available in the iTunes App Store and Google Play, AppCharge features easy to use technology that's supported by round the clock technical service, making it easy for merchants to process payments in real time at a trade show, at home, or anywhere business can be conducted.

"Appcharge is the perfect solution for business on the go," says Derek Cyr, Product Development Manager with PowerPay. "We wanted to create a simple and secure product that gave merchants all the features of a robust merchant account and terminal, with the freedom to process just about anywhere and at a fraction of the cost. By offering 24/7 technical support and higher transaction limits, we are meeting the needs of businesses who expect more from their processing partner. "

AppCharge comes with a durable card reader and features touchpad signature, which lets customers sign for transactions right on their device. AppCharge also allows for electronic receipts to be emailed to customers, making printers and paper obsolete. Merchants can make a complete inventory list for itemized receipts.

"PowerPay is constantly investing in technology and looking to provide additional benefits for our merchants," says Jim Raftice, President of PowerPay. "With AppCharge, our customers can easily take advantage of the power of mobile technology to provide a new, real-time payment option to their customers, creating additional convenience and security, as well as a cost effective business solution."

Since its inception, PowerPay has also offered an attractive combination of competitive pricing and individualized service. This combined formula has made the company one of the fastest growing payment processors in the nation. PowerPay's competitive rates offer a savings on processing fees as well, which directly affect the bottom line of any small business.

Comments: (0)