22 October 2017
visit www.response.ncr.com

Jumio Netswipe comes to mobile web

16 June 2014  |  2149 views  |  0 Source: Jumio

Jumio, the fast growing mobile credentials management company, today released Netswipe for Mobile Web, the next version of its award-winning Netswipe card scanning technology that is designed to improve the customer experience and increase conversion rates for purchases made on connected devices.

Netswipe was previously available for native apps and desktop websites. Today's release expands Netswipe's availability to mobile websites, allowing customers on all platforms to benefit from a faster, easier way to input their credit card information.

"The quality of the mobile user experience is rapidly becoming the next battleground in the quest to attract and retain customers," said Jumio CEO Daniel Mattes. "Businesses who integrate Netswipe into their apps or mobile websites not only delight their customers, they also enjoy significantly higher conversion rates by eliminating the need for their customers to manually enter their credit card information on the checkout page. Netswipe for Mobile Web now expands that functionality to every platform used for payments."

Jumio's proprietary computer vision technology brings speed and ease-of-use to credit card entry and ID verification processes. By eliminating 60 seconds or more of key entry time from each transaction, conversion rates increase an average of 30 percent. Netswipe is developed to meet the needs of merchants, allowing them to control the user experience on the all-important checkout page, a key differentiator in the industry. Netswipe extracts all information from the front of a payment card, including the cardholder's name, 16-digit card number, and expiration date, leaving consumers only to enter their CVV code, taking entry time down to mere seconds.

Founded in 2010, Jumio pioneered credit card scanning, utilizing smartphone and desktop cameras to streamline the payment process. Netswipe works with seven different card types and is now available for mobile web for iOS and Android, as well as native apps, and desktop. It is a fully supported offering with client integration services, a client dashboard with metrics, access to card images for use in chargeback remediation, and continual upgrades that expand the feature set and card reading speed and accuracy. 

Comments: (0)

Comment on this story (membership required)

Related company news


Related blogs

Create a blog about this story (membership required)
visit www.atos.netvisit www.fivedegrees.nlvisit www.innotribe.com

Top topics

Most viewed Most shared
HSBC partners Bud for open banking trialHSBC partners Bud for open banking trial
10867 views comments | 22 tweets | 26 linkedin
Mastercard to roll out blockchain APIMastercard to roll out blockchain API
10664 views comments | 17 tweets | 24 linkedin
satelliteGates Foundation backs Ripple collaboratio...
9169 views comments | 13 tweets | 10 linkedin
IBM uses blockchain to improve cross-border payments processingIBM uses blockchain to improve cross-borde...
8226 views comments | 9 tweets | 17 linkedin
Sibos 2017: API or the highwaySibos 2017: API or the highway
8127 views comments | 10 tweets | 22 linkedin

Featured job

Competitive base, double ote, benefits
London, UK

Find your next job