Powa Technologies today declared that the integration of the company's PowaPOS T-Series, the first all-in-one, tablet-based POS platform with e-Nabler's award-winning eMobilePOS software.
E-Nabler, a most important North American point of sale independent software vendor, will encourage the product to its wide-ranging reseller network. Attendees of RetailNOW 2014 can demo the integrated product at the eMobilePOS booth (#420) in the
"The powerful partnership of Powa's first-of-its-kind integrated hardware, combined with the market-leading eMobilePOS solution delivers a unified, secure payments system that meets merchants' needs today, and is advanced enough to continue to meet their needs tomorrow."
Powa Technologies earlier this year disclosed the PowaPOS T-Series, a platform that integrates industry-leading components into one space-saving POS stand. PowaPOS combines EMV readiness, printer, barcode scanner, tablet mount and USB expansion ports into one device. Additionally, PowaPOS features PowaPIN, which the company calls the world's smallest EMV chip-and-pin acceptance device.
The new PowaPOS Developer Program consists the PowaPOS SDK and online developer portal that, together, help with app integration with PowaPOS point-of-sale hardware and services, together with PowaTag, Powa Technolgies' mobile commerce solution.
Joel VÁzquez, CEO and CSA of e-Nabler said, "PowaPOS is the perfect hardware complement to the eMobilePOS software . "Now, our customers not only have freedom of choice with a flexible, easily configurable app that runs on both iOS and Android devices, they also have freedom from multiple POS configurations, with a simple turnkey tablet solution that can incorporate all POS peripherals and applications."
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