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Spire Payments and Centre of Corporate Technologies deploy m4bank mPOS

23 August 2017  |  3523 views  |  0 Source: Spire Payments

Spire Payments, one of Europe’s leading mPOS FinTech providers, has teamed up with Centre of Corporate Technologies (CCT) to develop and deploy an innovative cloud-based mPOS solution worldwide.

Branded m4bank, the solution utilises Spire’s award winning mPOS suite; SPm2 and SPm20 (chip & PIN devices), secure software architecture, API, SDK and key injection environment. This capability allowed CCT to rapidly develop, certify and deploy the m4bank mPOS solution including a cloud-based merchant portal. Utilising the SPm2, this proposition is both cost-sensitive and feature-rich, allowing merchants who previously could not accept face-to-face electronic payments to benefit from this technology.

To complement this innovative programme CCT is also utilising the more powerful Spire mPOS device, the SPm20, to deliver a cost-sensitive retail PIN Pad and unattended solution. Utilising the same software development environment as Spire’s traditional device range, this programme forms the perfect foundations for an omni-channel proposition.

CCT is one of the leading IT solution providers for banking and financial industries in the CIS regions. Boasting more than 20 global projects, the m4bank platform provides mobile commerce and remote banking services utilising powerful mobile applications.

Boris Fedorov, General Manager, CCT: ‘Combining our m4bank platform with Spire’s mPOS solution suite has allowed CCT to penetrate new markets with great success. The need for such solutions is growing rapidly, and the ease at which the solution was developed and certified allowed us to be one of the first in this market sector. Utilising the SPm20 for further applications provides us with more opportunities to diversify into alternative market verticals.’

Tai-Kei Cheung, President Spire Payments: ‘Yet again Spire’s continued investment in mPOS has delivered true value to our partners and customers. The combination of CCT’s powerful m4bank platform and our mobile payment capabilities has resulted in the ideal solution for small merchants. Utilising the SPm20 for tier 3 and 4 merchants further highlights CCTs innovative vision and without doubt further cements our strong working relationship moving forward.’

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